English: Kapa haka (kapa meaning 'rank' or 'row' and haka refers to a Māori dance) is commonly known in Aotearoa as 'Maori Performing Arts' or the 'cultural dance' of Maori people.
The use of the term 'Kapa Haka', refers to a group of cultural performers who perform either the following
- Moteatea (traditional Songs)
- Poi (String with ball at the end)
- Mau Rakau (Weaponary)
- Or the most common, the Haka (War Dance)