Here is your official guide to this year’s Fest’Napuan. One of the biggest editions in the Festival’s history and featuring a location change to Korman Stadium, this year’s Fest’Napuan brings you nightly enterntainment during the Pacific Mini Games, but “tekem spel” as nothing you love about Fest’Nap has changed: it’s still free to the public, well catered by local food and drink stalls and features your favorite artists!
Daughters of the late Agust Rumwaropen of the legendary Black Brothers of West Papua. Choosing music as their vessel to spread truth: "PAPUA MERDEKA!"
Vanuatu's leading reggae group will close out Fest'Napuan to what is likely to be a packed out audience.
Writers of one of the nation's unofficial national anthems "Vanuatu Blong Mi," Krosrod is a veteran of Vanuatu's music scene.
This rockin' four-piece band from Fiji features good vibes and great voices.
An innovative mix of styles, this group arrives from a tour of Australia to share their personal, political message of West Papua's need for freedom.
One of Zion Fests headlining artists, Vanessa Quai has a voice known throughout the South Pacific's Christian music community.
Noted last year as a rising star in Vanuatu's Reggae scene, Milly Dham now commands a large fan-base in
This sibling duo of Samoan heritage will be slowing things down a bit with some heart rending R&B jams.
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