Next Music from Tokyo vol 11 at KW Studios
Presenting: JYOCHO / Gozen Sanji to Taikutsu / Nuito / o’summer vacation / Koutei Camera Girl Drei / opening act: ame to kanmuri Venue: KW Studios – 111… More ›
Announcing our Lottery Winners
Please pick up your lottery prize at 410 – 111 West Hastings Street between Aug 14 – 26th from 12 pm to 4 pm. If you are unable… More ›
Did you visit the Festival on August 5 or 6th and didn’t get a chance to fill out our audience survey??? Now is your chance! Tell us what… More ›
The 12th Annual Asahi Tribute Game!
August 19, 2017 10 am to 4 pm at Oppenheimer Park (400 block Powell Street) on the unceded territories of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), and mi ce:p… More ›
Powell Street Festival Merchandise – Available This Weekend!
10% off of Powell Street Festival Merch for Annual Members 2017 Limited Edition t-shirt/tank (unisex, women’s) | $20 DARUMA Limited Edition t-shirt (unisex, women’s) | $20 2017 &… More ›
Tracey Morrison and Jim Wong-Chu
We recently lost two incredible members of our community, Jim Wong-Chu and Tracey Morrison. We send our condolences to Jim and Tracey’s friends and families. Jim Wong-Chu was an… More ›
Thank you to the Japanese Consulate for bringing George & Noriko to Powell Street Festival!!
We’re so excited to have George & Noriko to play the festival on both Saturday and Sunday! Many thanks to the Japanese Consulate for helping make these performances… More ›
Check out the 2017 Festival Program Guide
Photo of special guests, George and Noriko, a Japanese blues cowboy and a Tsugaru shamisen player from Melbourne, Australia Hot off the presses! The full line-up and schedule… More ›
Volunteer Applications are now open!
The Powell Street Festival is a unique festival in that it celebrates so many aspects of the community in an inclusive, accessible and respectful environment. We rely on… More ›
Announcing Our 2017 Powell Street Festival Lineup
Powell Street Festival Returns August 5th and 6th with Haruki Murakami’s Top Translators, Almost Asian’s Katie Malia, and a presentation on Japan’s Third Gender Musical highlights include Australia’s… More ›