Tonga agricultural show 6-23 August 2014

His Majesty’s Cabinet has approved on the 28th March, 2014 the official dates for the 2014 Royal Agricultural Show.

This year, in addition to the Royal Agricultural Show, Fisheries and Industrial Show, there will also be a special event for Sports and Market Day. The dates for the 2014 Royal Agricultural, Fisheries and Industrial Show are as follows:



Wednesday, 6th August 2014

Hold Agricultural Show in NIUATOPUTAPU

Thursday, 7th August 2014

Hold Agricultural Show in NIUAFO’OU

Saturday, 9th August 2014

Hold Agricultural Show in VAVA’U

Friday, 15th August 2014

Hold Agricultural Show in ‘EUA

Friday 22nd August 2014

Hold Agricultural Show in TONGATAPU

Saturday 23rd August 2014

Sports and Market Day for TONGATAPU SHOW

The Ha’apai Group will not be able to hold an Agricultural Show this year, due to the damages caused to the islands by Tropical Cyclone Ian in January.

Although Ha’apai will not hold the event in 2014, the normal prejudged competitions will be carried out for competitors and will make allowance to cover the costs for transport of their exhibits and prize-winners to be awarded during the Show in Tongatapu. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, the prejudged competitions in Ha’apai will complement the efforts achieved during the post cyclone disaster response development.

This annual event is coordinated by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Forests and Fisheries to encourage the developments of the agricultural, livestock and fisheries sector and continue to ensure that food security is sustained for the people of Tonga throughout the Kingdom.

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