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Photos: The 1950s Tiki Ball shined on Boulder last Saturday

A little bit of the South Pacific landed at the Millennium Harvest House in Boulder on Saturday, August 31st, in the form of the Voodoo Island 1950s Tiki Ball, which included a nine-piece Afro-Cuban orchestra, a Tahitian oasis of bamboo huts, palm trees, tiki carving, hula and fire dancers and Polynesian barbecue. Turn the page to see a few of our photos and then click the link after the last one to view our entire slide show.

See also: Photos: The Brulee Kinky Circus Burner at City Hall

See all of our photos in the 1950s Tiki Ball slide show.

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