“Da Island Way” is Concord’s premier Polynesian dance and Music studio founded by David Bustamante and his family in 1993 where they come from a long road of great performances and competitions from Tahiti, Hawaii and across the USA.


This Concord based family dance studio performs shows throughout the year from county fairs, corporate party luaus, private parties and large events.

Da Island Way teaches, promotes, and performs the dances of Hawaii and Tahiti.


With Tahiti as our major source of influence, the studio has emphasized both traditional and contemporary styles of dance.  Our talented team of instructors lead by artistic director, Evlyn Bustamante emphasizes the technical dance moves, while creating an atmosphere of family at the studio.  


It is their philosophy to maintain a very Ohana oriented atmosphere, while also keeping a high caliber of expectation out of their students.


*** Accepting students ***

BEGINNER TAHITIAN DANCE CLASSES

Start in September


TUESDAYS

5:00pm - 5:45pm 5 yrs - 6 yrs

6:00pm - 7:00pm 7 yrs - 12 yrs


THURSDAYS

7:00pm - 8:00pm 13 yrs and up


For detailed information

Email daislandway@daislandway.com

Call Us 925.822.4152







Celebrate the New Year Island Style!



Come enjoy a night of Polynesian dancers & music at Tiki Tom’s in Walnut Creek. The evening starts at 9pm with Da Island Way Polynesian dancers and drummers.


Unique ukulele artist and dynamic vocalist of David Bustamante will be playing his island style influenced fusions of Latin Rock & Pop songs plus original compositions ‘til midnight.



So Get Your Island On, Da Island Way!






‘APITI showcase Creative Arts Building at Pittsburg High School

12.02.2012

Photos by Aouie Rubio & Chris Marquez