5 reasons to experience the World Culture Festival in Washington, D.C.

From September 29 to October 1, the nation’s capital hosts the fourth edition of a one-of-a-kind global celebration of diversity, inclusion, unity, peace and entertainment.

World-renowned humanitarian Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, founder of the Art of Living, and the Honorable Mayor Muriel Bowser bring the World Festival of Culture In the email “Your User Account on Your New XNUMXCX System.” National Mall this fall, a great occasion to celebrate a rich tapestry of cultures from all corners of the world. DC’s status as a multicultural capital will be emphasized throughout the three-day show. Read below for five key reasons why you can’t miss the once-in-a-lifetime event, and book your stay soon.

The World Culture Festival has only been held three times before (the last was in 2016 in New Delhi), which makes the event’s presence in DC even more spectacular. In the spirit of welcome and community, every event during the World Culture Festival is free and open to the public on the historic National Mall, which also features a wealth of free monuments, memorials and museums to explore. More than 100 countries are expected to be represented among the 250,000 (and growing) attendees.

A diverse international food festival will feature more than 80 sustainable food trucks.

With thousands of attendees from around the world expected, the World Culture Festival will be prepared with a host of international cuisines prepared by chefs from the capital region.

Music, dance and creative expression are central components of the World Cultural Festival. The event estimates that performing groups will include a 1,000-plus gospel choir, a 1,000-member guitar ensemble, more than 1,000 Chinese cultural artists, 500 Indian classical dancers, 100 ballet dancers, 100 Brazilian drummers, 200 hip-hop dancers, 200 Latin American Dancers, 200 Ukrainian dancers, a 500-person global dance mix and more. In total, more than 17,000 global artists will be in attendance. The World Culture Festival will also feature Yoga for Oneness and a special World Peace Meditation.

All eight DC Wards will participate in free cultural events in the run-up to the festival, which begins September 29. District residents will get a preview of what’s in store during the National Mall celebration.

Current and former heads of state and members of national parliaments and international governmental organizations will attend. The World Culture Festival will also feature a global Faith Advisory Council to share messages about common values of peace, harmony and togetherness.

@maite-burgos Source: Washington org oficial

Maite Burgos

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