Welcome to the Brazos Valley Worldfest

What to Expect at Brazos Valley Worldfest?

Saturday, November 12th, Downtown Bryan
Brazos Valley is a home to different cultures of all over the world. Brazos Valley Worldfest brings together the people and provides an occasion to celebrate and discover the cultural diversity of the Brazos Valley.

The festival includes a variety of cultural performances from different countries along with their displays and delicious food.


Cultural Display



Witness the traditional folk dances and performances from different parts of the world during the Worldfest. You may also get a chance to participate in some of these performances.

World Stage Schedule:

10:20 a.m.           Lannaya Drum & Dance (Africa)

Underwritten by TAMU Multicultural Services & Texas Commission on the Arts

11:10 a.m.           Aggie Fenghua Dance (China)

11:15 a.m.           SPJST Lodge #9 Snook Beseda Dancers (Czech)

11:25 a.m.           Prakriti School of Dance (India)

12:00 p.m.          Ballet Folklorico Los Altos de Jalisco (Mexico)

Underwritten by Collins Career Counseling

12:45 p.m.          Carefree Guqin (China)

1:00 p.m.             Odissi Dance Company (India)

1:25 p.m.             Jamal Mohamed Ensemble (World)

Underwritten by TAMU Vice President for Research & Texas Commission on the Arts

 2:10 p.m.             TAMU Nepalese Student Association (Nepal)

2:20 p.m.             Brazilian Carnival Ensemble (Brazil)

2:45 p.m.             Awards and Announcements

Culture Display awards Underwritten by TAMU Center for International Business Studies

 3:00 p.m.             Lee’s Golden Dragon (China)

Underwritten by TAMU University Libraries & Texas Commission on the Arts

Whimsy & Wild Bookstore:

11:30 a.m.       African Safari Storytelling

Underwritten by MSC L.T. Jordan Institute

2:00 p.m.          African Safari Storytelling

Underwritten by TAMU Global Engagement



Presented by:


Photos from the Previous Year Performances

Cultural Displays

Explore the cultures and traditions from all parts of globe at Brazos Valley Worldfest. Participants get the opportunity to represent their culture and heritage and the visitors get a chance to experience them by participating in the events and purschasing indigenous items at the stalls.



African Safari Program

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Aramco Americas, presenting Saudi Arabia

Bhakti Yoga Club

Brazos Heritage Society

Chinese American Association

Czech Heritage Society, Brazos Valley Chapter

Discovery BCS

Falun Dafa Club

Hispanic Forum of BCS

MSC Freshman Leadership International

MSC L.T. Jordan Institute for International Awareness

PERMIAS (TAMU Indonesian Student Organization)


St. Silouan Orthodox Church

Synergy Field Hockey

TAMU Anthropology Research Collections

TAMU Arabic Club

TAMU Bangladesh Student Association

TAMU Global Engagement

TAMU Indian Graduate Students Association

TAMU International Student Association

TAMU Latino/a & Mexican American Studies

TAMU Native American & Indigenous Student Organization

TAMU Nepalese Student Association

TAMU Office of Sustainability

Texas Wendish Heritage Society & Museum


The highlight of the festival is the food. Get a taste of authentic regional food at the Worldfest. Brazos Valley Worldfest also organizes Culture Club Dinner where you can dine delicious three course meals while learning facts about the host country.

International food on tray