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One of the many night Barbecue spots along Suva's Victoria Parade

It can be boasted as the country’s biggest and most spectacular street party that is guaranteed to be fun, exciting and a once in a lifetime experience.

In addition to this the Suva “street party” organized by local companies and sponsors is the capitals only event that allows thousands of people both young and old to flock to Suva’s Victoria parade, one of the capitals busiest and most colorful streets to boogie the night away.

All this in anticipation of the count down to the cross over into the New Year, this is the obvious highlight where the people join local celebrities in counting the present year out and welcoming a new one.

It is an experience that comes nothing short of amazing. The roar of the frenzied crowd during this part of the night is enough to activate your pulse and have goose bumps running down you spine and leave you wanting more, fantastic absolutely fantastic.

But the fun doesn’t stop here, the volume ups another decibel, the pace and tempo of the music picks up a beat and the crowd boosted by the sight of flashing camera’s, lights and sounds goes all out with cheers and of course more dance and fun.

It is also a long practiced tradition to splash others with water during this New Years period, and the street party is the opportune time to do so. What more can you want then a combination of people, music, lights, splashing water and a whole lot of fun.

And if you’re more of an indoor person then there are dozens of clubs and pubs catering for the variety of ages and music preferences, from country, hip hop, rap, jazz and of course contemporary. All these spots within walking distance of each other so there will be no shortage of night spots.

Feeling hungry after working up an appetite, then many of the night Barbecue and traditional food stalls present along Victoria Parade can satisfy your craving, all for as low as F$2.50.

It can be boasted as the country’s biggest and most spectacular street party that is guaranteed to be fun, exciting and a once in a lifetime experience.

In addition to this the Suva “street party” organized by local companies and sponsors is the capitals only event that allows thousands of people both young and old to flock to Suva’s Victoria parade, one of the capitals busiest and most colorful streets to boogie the night away.

All this in anticipation of the count down to the cross over into the New Year, this is the obvious highlight where...

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