Welcome to the ASB Auckland Secondary Schools Maori and Pacific Islands Cultural Festival 2014!
Planning is well underway for the 39th ASB Polyfest and we are looking forward to working closely with our Kura Matua – Western Springs College, to bring you a festival full of cultural dance, speech and song.
The theme for the ASB Polyfest 2014, provided by Western Springs College is:
'Care for our seas and our lands, so that the safety of our homes, both present and past endures forever.'
With 223 groups entered from 62 schools the ASB Polyfest is shaping out to be an eventful festival! Plan ahead and be prepared for tropical weather!
The ASB Polyfest is a Secondary Schools event where visitors of all ages from around the world attend to witness student interpretation of culture, through song, speech and dance. With 6 cultural stages there is plenty to see and with over 100 cultural and european food stalls and equally a number of cool activations and giveaways by sponsors and radio partners, there is also plenty to do!
Public Parking is available on-site via Boundary Road entrance at $5 per vehicle from Wednesday - Saturday, this is cash only operated. Disabled Parking is also available on-site via Boundary Road entrance, please ensure appropriate registered permit is displayed for access. Visitors with parking passes please ensure you have the relevant zone pass clearly displayed before approaching event boundary. This will help prevent any delay to you for checking the relevant pass and continue to keep the flow of traffic moving.
There are 5 gate entry points: Gate 1 Te Irirangi Drive (Cook Islands Stage), Gate 2 Boundary Road (Samoan Stage, Diversity Stage and Niue Stage), Gate 3 Sandrine Ave, Gate 4 Te Irirangi Drive (Tongan Stage), Gate 6 Boundary Road (Maori Stage). Entry is $5 per person, pre-school aged children 0-5 years are free. All gates are open to all for entry, general public, visiting schools, performance groups and VIPs.
The ASB Polyfest is a Drug and Alcohol free event and we are proud to be