Father and son perform a traditional Hawaiian hula dance.
Photo by Lisa Fay/The Connection
On a night that resembled Hawaiian weather, The Aloha Boys took to the stage for Fairfax County Park Authority’s Summer Entertainment Series, “Nottoway Nights.” People dressed in Hawaiian garb placed their chairs and blankets on the grass as the sticky evening descended and the music started. The Aloha Boys have been together for more than 30 years. “Our children are all grown up now, all married. But we’ve been playing together now for quite a while. It is a real great bond that we have when we got together. We figured most people can’t make it to Hawaii so we try to bring Hawaii to you,” said one of the members on stage.
One of the Boys’ son and grandson danced a typical Hawaiian hula dance as sweet tropical notes were played. The “Nottoway Nights” series runs every Thursday evening until Aug. 22. The entertainment series is presented in partnership with he Nottoway Park Volunteer Team and generous contributions from sponsors such as Cox, Dominion Energy, and Tysons Corner Center. Sometimes concerts are canceled due to inclement weather. Call 703-324-7469 one hour before the show for updates.