Smitten - A Hafla Featuring Belly Dance Super Stars Kami Liddle & Zoe Jakes

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Smitten - A Hafla Featuring Belly Dance Super Stars Kami Liddle & Zoe Jakes
Sunday, December 8, 2013 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Kami Liddle, Zoe Jakes, Shakti's Den Productions
Blue Moon Room

Join us on the evening of December 8th for an unforgettable gathering and dance.

"Hafla" pronounced from the Arabic "Khafla" is a get-together, ceremony, party or family gathering.

This show will include performances by dancers from around the world as well as neighbor island and local talent.

Come early and check out some amazing and handcrafted items by: Medina Maitreya Designs, Belly Roll Designs, and more.

* See who's attending on the Smitten Facebook event page.

Location: Kalani Blue Moon Room.
Time: 7-10pm. Show starts promptly at 7:30pm
Admission: $10 at the door

Zoe Jakes

Zoe is a proud member of The Indigo, recently on the road touring their new show Le Serpent Rouge. She has been touring with Bellydance Superstars since the fall of 2005 and can be seen performing on their new Tribal Fusions DVD. She recently finished filming her debut instructional DVD, to be released in the fall. Combining talents with David Satori and Tommy Cappel to form the band Beats Antique, which released the album Tribal Derivations last spring, Zoe is currently working on its sequel. When not with The Indigo, she tours with The Yard Dogs Road Show, a cartoon circus sideshow of wacky dimensions, and has been seen tearing it up with the Extra Action Marching Band.

Recently nominated for Zaghareets “Best Interpretive Artist 2007″, Zoe is an inarguably innovative dancer, whose unique take on Tribal bellydance takes influence from Art Nouveau, tango, Breakdance, and Indian classical dance. She loves unicorns and has never once doubted their existence. To learn more about Zoe visit

Kami Liddle

Kami has been dancing all her life, butfound her true passion, Belly Dance, when she was 18 years old. She began to study cabaret style belly dance until she found Fat Chance Belly Dance and began to study their videos religiously.

Today Kami refers to her style as a modern fusion of an ancient dance. As she began to perform as a soloist she began to incorporate other styles into her ATS repertoire such as modern, hip hop jazz and bhangra dance. Kami has earned a degree in Art with a Minor in Dance fromthe University of Nevada, Reno and has been nominated for'Best Interpretive Artist" for 2005 and 2007 by Zaghareet Magazine. She joined Bellydance Superstars in 2005 and is a contributing choreographer as well as the director of the Tribal Superstars. Kami recently relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area. Kami is a Oahu favorite and has been asked back again and again to teach and perform here. Her silky moves will hypnotize and enthrall. To learn more about Kami please visit her at

Kalae Kaina has been producing belly dance events and sponsoring workshops in Hawaii since 2006. Kalae is the director of Honolulu’s own, Tribal Fusion Dance Company, Shakti Dance Movement.

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