A World A'Fair

Multi-day tickets now available—All three days for the price of two! (Advance sales only)

Architectural Wonder of the World is this year's theme. All of the participating countries will feature outstanding architecture of their region at their cultural booth.

In conjunction with the Architecture theme a LEGO Building Competition will be held on both Saturday and Sunday.

Pecha Kucha Dayton will have their PK Night on Saturday at A World A'Fair! Pecha Kucha is an event where 8 speakers share a wide range of creative works, stories and inspirations in a presentation format of 20 images x 20 seconds. It makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace. PK Night is an idea sharing party, open to creative thinkers and doers.

Egypt, sponsored by St. Mina and St. Abanoub Coptic Church, is now a member of DIFI and joins the 29 other organizations that make up Dayton International Festival, Inc. and participate at A World A'Fair.

The Dayton Chess Club will again have chess games, tournaments, demonstrations, and information throughout the weekend. Their activities will be open to the public to watch, and in many cases to play, including some for children.

architecture  Dayton Chess Club
PK night     

A World A'Fair Passports
The ever popular Passport program will again be available. Each child visiting the Festival will receive a passport that will be stamped at each booth as he travels the world at this festival.  It is great fun and a great learning experience for children of all ages! A drawing will be held for prizes for children collecting Passport stamps.

The Dayton International Festival Singers will perform in the lobby several times on Saturday.

Featured Entertainment
The Dream Dance Company
--ten dancers from Korea will perform on both stages several times each day of the festival. Also new this year will be the African group Amasimbi, and the Al Hambra Lebanese dancers.

Popular groups returning again this year include Kenya Safari Acrobats; Steve Free, Native American musician and storyteller; Kabluchok, a Russian performing group from Cincinnati. The Burundi Drummers and Dancers; Live, Love, Clog, cloggers from Lebanon Ohio; Troupe Roja, Middle-eastern dancers; Embajadores Peruanos, Peruvian dancers; and Taiko, Japanese drummers. . . . All of this in addition to the entertainment provided by members of our DIFI organizations.

 Festival Singers



Passport Dream Dance

Kenya Acrobats  Troupe Roja