About the Festival
The Festival of the Pacific Arts is held every four years since 1972, and brings together artists and cultural practitioners from
around the Pacific region for two weeks...
With a shape reminiscent of a footprint left in the sand, Guam is the largest and most populated island in Micronesia and just as its
shape implies, is also a first step into the...
On August 4, 2011, under the leadership of Master of Chamorro Dance Frank Rabon, Governor's appointee to the Festival Organizing Committee, a community gathering of traditional "Fafana'gui" (teachers) took place...
Map of the Festival
Use our map to help you find your way around the festival.
View our list of Pacific Island Countries and Territories that are expected to join the festival.
View complete list of our sponsors.
Guam is a territory of the USA and follows the USA immigration law. Representatives and other participants
are required to have a passport valid for at least six months from the date of entry to Guam...