Organisers Promise Spectacular Exhibitions, Entertainment, and Fun At Fiji Showcase 2023

The Fiji Showcase makes its return after three years, starting at 12midday tomorrow at the Vodafone Arena, with over 100 exhibitors displaying a wide range of products and services, including white goods plus top-notch entertainment from renowned musicians.

Vude Queen Laisa Vulakoro will kick off the live entertainment at 12.30 pm in a half-day event featuring as well Australian dance crew Dauntless Movement, from Australia’s Got Talent.

Big Wilz who is among a host of entertainers, performing over the nine-day Fiji Showcase 2023, including VT1, Paradise Rootz, Suliasi Uluilakeba, Taitusi Mareau, and Billy T said it’s an event not to be missed showcasing “the cream of Fiji” musicians whose songs dominate the airwaves both in Fiji and abroad.

Running until Saturday, July 8, the showcase will include special celebrations on Wednesday, July 5 to mark FM 96’s birthday. The festivities will feature top entertainment and a birthday cake that can feed up to 500 people, with a lucky person whose slice is showing red coloring winning $500. This Sunday, Navtarang Sargam will provide three hours of solid entertainment starting at 6 pm.

LED fairies and LED Tron robots will also be part of the event, a first for Fiji Showcase, while resuming for this year’s event is the Tuckers Safe Kids corner, where children can be registered, making it easier to contact their parents or guardians in case of emergencies.

The exhibitions are categorised into gold, silver, bronze, and trade and display categories. The gold category focuses on tech-based products and IT services, while the silver category includes items commonly found in supermarkets. The bronze category encompasses clothing apparel, jewelry, bags, hats, shoes, and more. The trade and display category offers consultancy and financial advice.

Admission fees are $4 for adults and $3 for children.

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