Miss Samoa Pageant 2014

The Pageant is an annual event dedicated to supporting opportunities for young Samoan women. The winner will represent Samoa at this year's Miss South Pacific Pageant, where the reigning Miss South Pacific 2013/2014, will crown the winner.

Chiefs Fiafia

The world famous show, fronted by Chief Sielu Avea who is regarded as one of the best and funniest South Pacific entertainers and his team, comes to Samoa this year. A must see event of the Festival.

Various Performances

See the various performances and activities that take place during the week or join in on a number of traditional performing lessons.


The celebrations continue in the heart of the South Pacific as Samoa hosts the biggest celebration of Polynesian culture – the annual Teuila Festival. Named after the national flower of Samoa, a species of ginger flower, the Teuila Festival is a celebration of all things Samoan and Polynesian and is celebrated annually on the first week of September.

Kicking off on the 1st of September, the festival showcases numerous cultural activities such as choral exhibitions and traditional entertainment such as the Siva Afi (fire knife dancing), wood carving and tattoo demonstrations as well as the hugely popular Chiefs Fiafia island spectacular, fronted by famous Samoan Chief Sielu Avea and his team of entertainers who have performed for government leaders and some of the biggest names in show business. Samoa's international paddling regatta Alo Paopao returns after the inaugural tournament last year.

This year paddlers from all over the South Pacific will make their way to Samoa to race at the regatta. Also, the Scotsman's Trail makes a return. The run/swim challenge will once again see participants traverse the resting place of famous author Robert Louis Stevenson over the Mount Vaea ridge and run down towards the Apia Waterfront and wrap up with a swim in the harbour. The Miss Samoa Pageant also takes place during the week and will end with the crowning of a new Miss Samoa who will take over from Janine Tuivaiti and go on to represent the Treasured Islands at the Miss South Pacific Pageant in the Solomon Islands in November.

This year's celebrations will close with the Alo Paopao Celebration Concert at Matautu Tai, along the Apia Waterfront. Performers from Australia, New Zealand, American Samoa as well as local Samoan acts feature as part of this year’s line up. The 23rd 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.


The Teuila Festival has been made possible with the help and support provided by a number of sponsors. They will are listed below.