Estimating attendance at the Powell Street Festival 2014-2018
Thank you to Carl Schwartz of Simon Fraser University for providing the science behind our festival statistics. Read all about how we estimated 22,838 attendees at the 2018 festival!!! … More ›
Lost and Found
Did you loose something at the Powell Street Festival? Contact us as soon as possible to find out if it is in our Lost and Found. We will… More ›
Announcing Our Lucky 2018 Lottery Winners!
Pick up with a valid ticket stub and/or government issued photo id at our office at 410 – 111 West Hastings Street from 10 am to 5 pm,… More ›
Fill out our audience survey!!
Did you attend the Powell Street Festival on August 4 and 5. Fill out our audience survey and let us know what you think! FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestLinkedinemail
Get your 2018 Festival T-shirt next weekend!
Powell Street Festival Merchandise パウエル祭商品 2018 Limited Edition T-Shirt/Tank, design by Yurie Hoyoyon | $20 2018パウエル祭限定Ｔシャツ／タンクトップ Vintage festival adult/child T-shirts | $10 パウエル祭ヴィンテージＴシャツ 大人サイズ＄15 子供サイズ＄10 Fox organic tote bag |… More ›
Pick up your 2018 Festival Program at these locations
In partnership with The Bulletin/Geppo and the Greater Vancouver Japanese Canadian Citizens’ Association, our program guide is available at listed locations. You can also download the the entire… More ›
2018 Powell Street Festival Lineup
We are thrilled to announce the lineup of performers for the 42nd annual Powell Street Festival featuring a wide variety of local and international talent. One of the… More ›
Karakasa Obake installation is the winner of the 3rd Annual Design Competition for Powell Street Festival Society. The submission was created by Simon Fraser University art students: Jana Ghimire, Phoebe Huang,… 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 ›
Summer Work Opportunities **Due March 2nd!**
ABOUT THE SOCIETY The Powell Street Festival Society’s (PSFS) mission is to cultivate Japanese Canadian arts and culture to connect communities. Our main activity is producing the Powell… More ›