Interested individuals or organizations can create a Culture Display for Brazos Valley Worldfest 2017. We are looking for countries and cultures from around the world!
The online festival application will be available mid-August.
Culture Display Details:
The festival provides either a 20’x10’ or 10’x10 space for your display (2 tables, 4 chairs or 1 table, 2 chairs). Electricity is not guaranteed. If you wish to request electricity, there is a $50 charge.
Displays are able to sell items or food, but must comply with city regulations. Once your application has been approved, you will receive information on the food and city regulations that must be followed.
All sellers of food must attend a Food Handlers meeting. Date and location will be set at a later date. A copy of the Food & Health Permit is REQUIRED to be turned in at least 1 week prior to the festival.
TAMU Student Activities grant is available to recognized student organizations. The grant could help you defray costs you may incur purchasing items for your display and demonstration. You are encouraged to turn in your application as soon as possible due to the limited funding available. Click here to be directed to the Student Activities Funding and Banking page. Click the link on the page to log in to their grant system.