The annual event ran on March 10 at Ray Blank Park in Ilam, with big crowds of people showing up to celebrate the diversity of Christchurch.
Stage performances ranged from Japanese drummers to dances and songs from Indonesia, Korea, Philippines, Poland, China, Fiji, Russia and many more.
With more performers getting involved, more food stalls and bigger crowds, there is a growing concern that the event is becoming too big for Ray Blank Park.
Director of Pasifika Education and Employment Training Organisation (PEETO) Patrick O'Connor, said the event has to move to get local Christchurch residents involved.
"The challenge would be to have more of the host community, or the receiving community at such an event... it's now sufficiently large enough."
He said if we have it in Hagley Park it would be much more of a city wide celebration.