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Washington, DC, hosts the World Culture Festival.

The capital of the country will play host to the fourth iteration of this unique international celebration of diversity, inclusivity, unity, peace, and entertainment from September 29 to October 1. The World Culture Festival, a grand event to celebrate a rich tapestry of cultures from every corner of the world, is being brought to the National Mall this autumn by the eminent humanitarian Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, founder of the Art of Living, and Mayor Muriel Bowser. The three-day extravaganza will emphasise DC’s status as a multicultural capital. For five compelling reasons why you must attend the once-in-a-lifetime event, read on and make your reservation soon.

1) Admission to the event on the National Mall is free

The World Culture Festival has only ever been held three times (the most recent was in New Delhi in 2016), making its appearance in DC all the more impressive.

Every event taking place during the World Culture Festival is free and accessible to everyone on the historic National Mall, which also offers a wide range of free monuments, museums, and memorials to explore.

Culinary Extravaganza, No. 2

There will be more than 50 food trucks at this varied international food festival. A plethora of international cuisines created by chefs in the Capital region will be available at the World Culture Festival, which is expected to draw thousands of visitors from all over the world.

03) International Music and Dance

The World Culture Festival’s core elements include music, dance, and artistic expression. Thousands of artists from 35 countries (and counting) are on the bill.A 1,000+ member gospel choir, over 1,000 Chinese cultural performers, 500 Indian classical dancers, 200 hip-hop dancers, 200 Ukrainian dancers, a 500+ member global dance mash-up, Latino and Native American artists, and a tonne more are among the performance groups expected at the event.

04) Pop-up events are available all over DC.

The festival, which starts on September 29, will be preceded by free cultural events in each of DC’s eight wards. District residents will be able to get a sneak peek at what will be happening during the National Mall celebration. The first pop-up will take place at Meridian Hill Park on Saturday, May 20, and will include live music, dancing, yoga, and meditation. More events’ specifics will be revealed in the upcoming months.

5) World leaders and decision-makers attend the festival.

Members of national parliaments, former and present heads of state, and representatives from international governmental organisations will attend. A global Faith Advisory Council will be present at the World Culture Festival to share messages about shared ideals of coexistence, harmony, and peace.

Source- Travel daily

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