The stalls are always a hive of activity at the festival. Opening up on Monday 4th September in front of the Government Building (across from the Teuila Main Stage), visitors will be in to try the variety of local Samoan style cuisine. You won’t miss the refreshing coconuts organically grown and you’ll also get a chance to try some of the local delicacies cooked and served on the spot!
There’s also an ubandance of Samoan handicrafts on display/sale at the arts & crafts stalls. From hand-made/painted laufala bags to carefully crafted coconut earrings to hand printed lavalavas (sarongs) and Samoan woven fans, there’s always a souvenir for loved ones back home.
The stalls carry on from early morning and remain open during the events that are to place in the evening on the Main Teuila Stage.
For tasty food at bargain prices and the perfect gift and memorabilia, check out the stalls.
The 27th annual Teuila Festival promises a week of fun and entertainment for the whole family and marks Samoa as the cultural centre of the South Pacific.