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 ›
2018 Festival Applications now open!
Please choose the appropriate application form below. If you have already registered or applied through this site in previous years, you can log in to your profile page… More ›
3rd Annual Design Competition – – Call for Entries!
Presented in partnership with Revery Architecture and Abaton Projects, students are invited to design an interactive artwork for the 42nd Anniversary Powell Street Festival, scheduled for August 4… 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 ›
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 ›
Flight Network recommends Powell Street Festival for out of towners
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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 ›