The Brazos Valley Worldfest is a community organized event whose mission is to promote and celebrate international diversity & heritage in the Brazos Valley.
For 2022, the festival will take place on Saturday, November 12, but cultural programing takes place throughout the entire month of November. Additional special events drive traffic to the website year-round. These programs attract multiple audiences including individuals of all ages and populations of diverse cultural backgrounds. The first festival in 2007 attracted more than 3,000 attendees and has since grown to and estimates 7,000+ attendance annually.
Interested in supporting the Brazos Valley Worldfest as a contributing or in-kind sponsor? Learn more about our sponsor levels at SPONSOR DETAILS or contact Kim Fox at (979)845-8008 or contactus[at]brazosvalleyworld
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.