Performances

Brazos Valley Worldfest is currently looking for performers on its 2 stages. Please fill out the Performer Application and email or mail in for consideration. You will receive a reply within a week or two to confirm receipt.

Pepsi World Stage

10:20am SPJST Beseda Dancers
10:35am Prakriti School Dance
11:10am Ballet Folklorico Los Altos De Jalisco
11:35am Bandan Koro (Underwritten by MSC L.T. Jordan Institute & TAMU Multicultural Services)
12:15pm International Student Association Fashion Show
1:15pm Fade to Black
1:20pm Dance Group Wawel
2:00pm Musa Studio – Ballet Folklorico
2:30pm TAMU Vietnamese Student Assoc. Dance Team
2:45pm Awards & Announcements
3:00pm Great Promise of  American Indians (Underwritten by Texas Commission on the Arts & TAMU Mays Business School)

 

Brewhouse Heritage Stage

10:15am Native American Storyteller (Underwritten by Texas Commission by the Arts & TAMU College of Science)
10:50am African Safari Storyteller (Underwritten by Texas Commission on the Arts & TAMU College of Education)
11:25am Odissi Dance Company School
11:50am Texas A&M Argentine Tango Club
12:00pm Green Bamboo Dance Studio
12:10pm Aggie FengHua Dance Club
12:20pm Brazos Valley Belly Dance
1:00pm Nepali Group
1:15pm TAMU Chinese School
1:25pm Musa Studio – Latin Rhythm
1:40pm Native American Storyteller
2:15pm African Safari Storyteller

 

 Rhythm Path Drum Circle (underwritten by Texas Commission on the Arts & TAMU Vice President for Diversity)

10:15am, 11:15am, 12:15pm, 1:15pm, 2:15pm, 3:15pm

 

Tai Chi Fan Demonstration (in Kid’s Village Area)

1:30pm, 2:00pm, 2:30pm

Southwest Dairy Farmers Cow Milking Demonstration

10:45am, 12:15pm, 2:30pm

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Thanks to Brewhouse Productions for providing the sound equipment and stages!

Email contactus[at]brazosvalleyworldfest.org for more information.

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Did you know?

Toronto skyline from Olympic I

Toronto’s name was derived from a Mohawk word meaning “poles in the water,” a reference to an old fish weir in the area. Image courtesy of Scott Wilkinson / freeimages.com