The World Culture Festival Portland
Sat, Apr 15, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Embassy Suites Southwest Portland (Portland)
This is an in-person event
The following description was submitted by the event organizer.The World Culture Festival - Portland - An unforgettable cultural extravaganza!
The World Culture Festival was born out of an inspiration to create a celebration that reflected both the world’s unity and incredible diversity with it's music and dance, soaring artistry and visionary dreams. And so a stage was born. Since it's inception in 2006, the festival has entertained, thrilled, and inspired more than five million people world-wide. Past festivals were held in Berlin, New Delhi, and Bangalore.
This year Portland, Oregon is hosting a local edition of the 2023 Global World Culture Festival. This event includes a blend of magical performances from cultures across the globe, a resounding peace meditation and honoring distinguished community leaders who have positively impacted the well-being of the city.
Some of the featured artists include:
1. Michael Allen Harrison and troupe along with Julianne Johnson - nationally acclaimed musicians and singers.
2. Inna Kovtun - renowned Ukranian singer.
3. White Lotus Lion and Dragon Dance - a splendid Chinese group dance.
4. Kalabharathi Bharatnatyam and Portland Taiko - uplifting fusion of classical South Indian dance and Japanese drumming.
We invite you to join us in this celebration of unity in diversity, creating waves of happiness and sending out a loud message of peace - Love Moves the World.
Parking - Discounted ($10 flat-fee) parking available at - 212 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204.
About the Presenter:
The Art of Living is one of the world’s largest volunteer-based non-profits. Together with our partner organization, the International Association for Human Values, we aim to help create a stress-free, violence-free society. We offer programs to help individuals and communities lower stress, improve mental health, and build resilience. We are also actively engage in service projects that work towards conflict resolution, transformation for prison inmates, environmental restoration, and rural development. Our programs and initiatives have reached more than 500 million people in 180 countries.
Tickets: General Admission $30
Ages 8 years old and above.
Tickets are non-refundable.