MANA Choral Festival organisers are looking at holding the event in a bigger venue next year with a much larger school mass choir.
The two-night concert which ended on Saturday was a hit with the public as both shows were sold out.
However, despite the success, Pacific music genius Igelese Ete wants more.
"For us that create shows, there are still things that we want to fix but for those that are watching they would have enjoyed it," Ete said.
"Hopefully next year we can get the Ministry of Education to be a part of this so we can get more people involved.
"It is nice having a small mass choir but it would be nicer to have a choir of 500 and in a bigger venue so everyone can enjoy the wonderful transformation of these youths."
Ete said his plans of roping in students from the Western Division were still alive, something he hoped to do next year. He also has plans to have a Mana Pacific Festival.
"We held the Mana Choral in Samoa for the first time this year and next year Solomon Islands will begin theirs.
"So I am hoping to get this planted across the Pacific and hopefully we can get a Pacific festival where all the choirs get together."