To promote and celebrate the international diversity and heritage of the Brazos Valley.
Texas A&M University and the Brazos Valley Worldfest Board spearhead the organization of this community-wide festival. We would like to thank our planning partners for their support and involvement in international education.
Texas A&M and its many planning partners began working on the US Department of Education International Education Week back in 2005. Over the next 2 years, the events of International Education Week have expanded to the first Brazos Valley Worldfest on November 17, 2007.
The festival was invited to the City of College Station’s Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater in 2009. The City of College Station shares in the belief that creating a welcoming environment for our community’s international residents and visitors will only better promote the Brazos Valley to the World. At its peak year, the festival boosted an estimated attendance of 13,000 to 15,000 attendees.
In 2017, after multiple years of bad weather, the festival moved to the Brazos County Expo Complex pavilion. The festival is continually adding new performers, culture displays and activities. NEW IN 2018 – International Candy Shop.
Brazos Valley Worldfest celebrates international awareness by offering cultural displays, demonstrations, international cuisine, performances, children’s crafts, storytelling and many other activities. These activities have expanded beyond the one-day festival to include an International Film Series in the fall as well as Culture Club dinners throughout the year.
This event is free and open to the public.
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs International Education Week —
Interested in knowing more about international events and programs in the Brazos Valley? If so, email contactus[@]brazosvalleyworldfest.org with ‘Add to Listserv’ in the subject, to be added on the Community Notices listserv.
Did You Know?
The Great Wall of China is 4,163 miles long (6,700 kilometers). Image courtesy of M-Pics / FreeDigitalPhotos.net