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Performers

The following are Performers from 2017 National Multicultural Festival.

Download the Program or visit individual performers below for times and locations.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

PFC Band

Pacific Islands Showcase

Time: 18 February 2017 10.30am
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

PNG Capital Wantoks

Pacific Island Showcase

Time: 18 February 2017 12.50pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Pacific Islands United Showcase

Pacific Islands United Showcase

Time: 18 February 2017 10.30am
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Time: 19 February 2017 11.00am
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Parade

Many of the Performers will be appearing in the Parade

Parade will be appearing in the parade.

Time: 18 February 2017 4.00pm
Location: London Circuit from Akuna Street to East Row and Alinga Street

Pearl of the Pacific Cultural Dance

Pacific Island Showcase

Time: 18 February 2017 1.20pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Pentecost Choir

Pacific Islands Showcase

Time: 19 February 2017 3.30pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Peroveta Choir

Pacific Islands Showcase

Time: 19 February 2017 12.00pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Philippine Cultural Society

Folk Dances

The Philippine Cultural Society (PCS) based in Canberra was formed 22 years ago. The aim of the PCS is to teach and promote Filipino culture to children and adults, focussing mainly on Filipino folk dances and tribal dances from different regions of the Philippines.

Over the last two decades the PCS has performed for many charities and at many social functions. The PSC has also been involved in promoting good will towards the Filipino heritage among Canberra's diverse communities.

Philippine Cultural Society

Time: 18 February 2017 1.20pm
Location: Stage 7, The Sanctuary (Petrie Plaza West)

Pilgrim Puppet Show

The Pilgrim Puppet Show

Time: 17 February 2017 4.45pm
Location: Roving throughout the Festival

Plate Smashing Competition

Competition

Plate smashing is a Greek custom involving the smashing of plates or glasses during celebratory occasions. In popular culture, the practice is most typical of foreigners' stereotypical image of Greece, and while it occurs more rarely today, it continues to be seen on certain occasions, such as weddings, although plaster plates are more likely to be used.

Plate Smashing

Time: 19 February 2017 1.15pm
Location: Stage 1, Garema Place

Plum Bloom

Plum Bloom

Time: 19 February 2017 1.25pm
Location: Stage 3, Ainslie Avenue Cul De Sac (Off London Circuit)

Positive Feedback Loop

Canberra Fringe Festival

Time: 18 February 2017 6.00pm
Location: The Fringe

Pouono Cultural Dance

Pacific Island Showcase

Courtesy of the Tongan Association in ACT

Time: 18 February 2017 1.35pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Prom

Canberra Fringe Festival

Time: 18 February 2017 8.15pm
Location: The Fringe

Proud of You

Proud of You

Time: 19 February 2017 12.00pm
Location: Stage 3, Ainslie Avenue Cul De Sac (Off London Circuit)