Honari Mosega dance is a war dance originally from Liya. In past, it is showed before and after the war. It was held to encourage Liya soldiers while trying to repel the enemy at war or as a form of excitement after the conquest enemy. It is played by a few men, consisting of one core dancer called tompidhe who holds spears or machetes in which it is equipped with one or four people as the warriors called manu-manu moane who hold a spear and yellow coconut as poison or magic repellent. Sometimes, there is also a female warrior called manu-manu wowine and one drum beater or tamburu. In addition, Honari Mosega dance is showed during the Sultanate of Buton times to welcome the important guests or the nobilities and also custom events that are exist in the scope of the Liya nobility’ descendants.
Banda dance is a traditional dance performed during a celebration or welcomes everyone who has come from overseas. In this case, there are men and women who perform this dance at stage accompanied by the music of stringed instruments and violin. In addition, this dance tells about the local people’s togetherness.
Lariangi Kareke is a dance performed by Liya women. Similar to Lariangi Kaledupa dance, it is distinguished by its clothing and movement.
Wakenta dance is a dance performed to deliver the fishermen when fishing to catch fishes. Currently, Wakenta dance is performed only at celebration time of events in Liya.