The votes are in for this year's family movie at the Glo Festival on New Year's Eve.
The Rotorua Daily Post ran a public vote on its website and people have chosen Moana.
The hit Disney movie received more than half the votes, ahead of the other two choices Sing and Pete's Dragon.
Glo Festival is an alcohol-free family event held on New Year's Eve at the Village Green and will feature the family movie, local entertainment and headline act Elemeno P.
There will be two fireworks displays, with the biggest being at sundown (about 9.15pm) over the water at the Lakefront and the other being at midnight around the stage area at the Village Green.
Festival organisers have also announced more local acts who will be part of the show.
They include Te Manaia Yates, Rehua Selwyn, Danielle Selwyn, Paretoroa Webster-Tarei and DJ Pete.
Boost Fundraising & Events managing director Alia Ryan, who is organising the Glo Festival, said the big fireworks display at sundown would be one not to miss.
"The early part of the event is very much for families and the party will really kick up after the first fireworks."
Te Manaia Yates, who has Down Syndrome, is a well-known and loved member of the Rotorua community. The talented swimmer is also a passionate kapa haka performer and has won the hearts of those who have seen him perform poi.
He performs annually at Tales by Torchlight, Heights Creative (when he attended the school) and this year was invited to perform at the Matariki Showcase.
Paretoroa is a performer with a huge future. He was the 2017 singing winner of Matariki Star Search and was also the co-winner of Rotorua Intermediate's Got Talent and 2017 Kaitataki Tane (male leader) for Rotorua Intermediate School.
Rehua is the outgoing head prefect of Rotorua Boys' High School. The talented singer shot to popularity at 14 following an online video of him singing Rod Stewart's I Don't Wanna Talk About It.
Off the stage he's a talented spokesman, is fluent in te reo Maori and has been the voice of many cartoon figures on Maori TV.
Danielle was one of the backing vocalists for the popular school wide waiata Nga Pumanawa e Waru - Rotorua a great place to learn. She is a humble and gifted singer who has performed all her life and with her cousin Rehua in Raukura, the current national secondary school kapa haka champions.
Families are encouraged to get to the Village Green by 6pm to get a good spot and settle in for the movie and local entertainment.
After the first fireworks, Rotorua's DJ Pete will warm the crowd up before the headline act Elemeno P takes the stage.
Glo Festival this year is a one-night event. In previous years the festival had run over three days at different venues.
From 6pm: Public arrive
6.30pm–8.20pm: Moana movie
8.20pm–9.10pm: Local entertainment
9.10pm: Public move to Lakefront for Big Family Fireworks display over the water
9.40pm: DJ Pete kicks up the party on the main stage
10.45pm–midnight: Elemeno P
Midnight: Fireworks around main stage before everyone heads home safely.