The Brazos Valley Worldfest is a community organized event whose mission is to promote and celebrate international diversity & heritage in the Brazos Valley.

This two day event will attract multiple audiences including individuals of all ages, populations of diverse cultural backgrounds, as well as others. The 2007, first ever event attracted more than 3,000 attendees. By 2013, an estimated 14,000+ attended.  Brazos Valley Worldfest is a 501(c)3 organization.

Interested in supporting the Brazos Valley Worldfest 2016 as a contributing or in-kind sponsor? See our list of Levels of Giving & Commitment Form. Contact Kim Fox at (979) 845-8008 or contactus@brazosvalleyworldfest.org for more information.


Organizing Sponsors


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Media Partners


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World Sponsors


International Sponsors

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National Sponsors

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Regional Sponsors

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Community Sponsors

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This program is sponsored in part by the Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity. Any views or opinions expressed in this program are solely those of the speaker(s) and/or organizer(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the Office.

This program made possible in part through Hotel Tax Revenue funded from the City of College Station through the Arts Council of Brazos Valley.

Did You Know?

1889 – First known
international student,
Helge Ness from Norway,
graduates from A&M and
then begins to teach on
campus. Ness is the first
in America to produce
hybrid Oaks. Several of
his trees can still be
found on campus.