Promo Teams take the PCC to the world

annual Hula Bowl half-time show

Several hundred volunteer performers from the PCC (and others from throughout Hawaii) participate in Hawaii’s annual Hula Bowl half-time show in the Aloha Stadium with a crowd of 49,000, plus the show is broadcast across the U.S. 

Summer 1997

The PCC Promo Team and other PCC student performers as well as students from the Hong Kong Institute of Religion appear at Window on the World, a sister theme park to the China Folk Culture Village in Shenzhen. The PCC student performers remain for a summer run.

July 1, 1997

Approximately 30 PCC performers participate in the handover ceremonies between Great Britain and the People’s Republic of China in Hong Kong. Over 100 million people in China watch the group’s performance on national television.

June 11, 1998

PCC Cultural Islands Director Cy Bridges delivers a Hawaiian chant for the opening of the Hawaii Convention Center in Waikiki in the morning, and that evening PCC performers help entertain the media and dignitaries attending the event.

Opening of the Hawaii State Senate

The PCC Promo Team, along with the combined BYU–Hawaii men and women’s choirs, perform during the opening of the Hawaii State Senate on January 15, 2003, as part of the PCC’s 40th-anniversary celebration. 

June 2004

The PCC Promo Team makes its first appearances in Cambodia and Viet Nam at the invitation of the City of Honolulu, which has a “sister city” relationship with Hue. They move on to appearances in Korea.