The noon-to-6 p.m. festival will feature the food and music from 32 different countries. There also will be vendors and educational activities for people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy.
The festival is co-hosted by District 7 Commissioner Stan Watson; CEO Burrell Ellis; former CEO Liane Levetan; the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce; Convention & Visitors Bureau; and representatives from the Asian, West Indian, Middle Eastern, Hispanic and African communities.
Watson said he is excited to bring back the festival that was a big hit on its first outing last year.
“I am confident this year’s festival will unite the dynamic blend of cultures and traditions that continue to exist in our county,” Watson said.
Admission and parking are free.
Food vendors will price their own products and taste samples.
Ellis said the county is proud to embrace DeKalb’s vibrant population, traditions and cultures.
“We look forward to showcasing the talents of the international communities that call DeKalb home,” he said.
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