FBC Annual Street Party hopes to bring changes
December 31, 2012 12:14 am
As the final touches are being put in place for FBC’s Annual Street Party in Nadi, the town’s special administrator is hoping people will come out in numbers.
Aisea Tuidraki says the event will give everyone a chance to put behind them experiences of the natural disasters of 2012.
”I believe we are introducing changes. We would like to modernize our town and change the way we do our business, the lifestyle and experience that we would want to create here in the town. Here we are standing in the heart of Nadi town. This is the main street, this is the heart and this is what we would want touch, the heart of the people of Nadi, because they are resilient people and they are the very people who are always celebrating and I believe it is time that we offer them a good time to celebrate the new year.”
Nadi was hit by severe floods and a cyclone this year.
Meanwhile, six bus operators in Nadi will extend operation hours until the early hours of tomorrow morning for revelers to get home safely after the party.
The annual street party will also feature the country’s biggest ‘Gangnam Dance Off’ and will start from 7pm at Nadi’s main street.
You can catch a live broadcast of the Street Party at 10 tonight on FBC TV.