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International Cultural Arts and Food Fusion Festival

Time: August 24, 2024 from 11am to 5pm
Location: Edgewood Park, New Haven, CT 06515
Street: 740 Whalley Avenue
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://artsinct.org/intlfest
Phone: (203)936-8567
Event Type: food, festival, cultural, arts
Organized By: Barbara Alexander
Latest Activity: Apr 9

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Presented by Arts in CT Corps

Experience the World in One Day!

Join us for an electrifying celebration of global culture at the International Cultural Fusion Festival! This is the ultimate event to cap off your summer, brought to you by Arts in CT. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds, feast your eyes on stunning art exhibits, groove to the rhythm of live performances, and immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of international cultures that call Connecticut home.


Embark on a Culinary Journey: Discover flavors from around the world at Connecticut's top 20 international restaurants. From savory street food to delightful desserts, satisfy every palate!

Explore Cultural Exhibits: Immerse yourself in our community's diverse heritage with 20 immersive exhibits showcasing global traditions and artifacts.

Savor Live Performances: Enjoy 20 captivating live performances featuring talented artists and musicians from various backgrounds.

Fun for All Ages: Experience excitement at the International Cultural Fusion Festival with games, raffles, interactive dance, and unique crafts from around the world.

Be Part of Something Special: Join us in celebrating unity, diversity, and the power of art to bring people together.

Register Today: Secure your spot at this unforgettable event at artsinct.org/intlfest.

Support the Arts: By attending, you support Arts in CT's mission to provide arts programs statewide.

Become a Sponsor: Make a meaningful impact on our community by sponsoring this celebration of diversity and creativity. Visit artsinct.org/intlfest to learn more.

Mark your calendars and spread the word—this is one event you won't want to miss! Let's come together and celebrate the beauty of our world's many cultures at the International Cultural Arts and Food Festival. See you there!

Register: artsinct.org/intlfest

More information? Arts in CT, (203)936-8567, info@artsinct.org, artsinct.org/intlfes

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