Long a hub of investment from businesses all over the globe, Spartanburg is truly an international city, with residents from more than 75 countries and more than 100 international businesses. To celebrate Spartanburg's global appeal and its corresponding diversity the City of Spartanburg hosted its first International Festival in 1985.
Today that festival has grown to become one of our city's most popular, with more than 12,000 people attending annually to celebrate and explore world cultures through food, music, dance, folk art, and much more.
Join us this year at Barnet Park Saturday, October 7th!
Visit nearly ten displays depicting life in this year's honored country of Colombia. There will be areas of art, music, unique customs and more! Special thanks to Jackie Files, Denny's Hispanic Leadership Group & the host of volunteers who have worked together to shine a light on Colombia for 2022!
Alcoholic Beverages: How do you have a German Bratwurst without a "bier" to go with it? You can buy a beer right beside the food booth from Germany. Anyone wishing to purchase an alcoholic beverage must be 21 years of age or older, present a valid ID, and purchase a $1 wristband. Alcoholic beverages must be purchased with festival coupons.
Passports: Kids get your Passport at information kiosks located throughout the fesival site.
Get in for FREE
Bring cash & ID
Bring the family
Smoke at this event
Bring your Pets (wagging tails & crowds just don't mix!)
Stay tuned for our 2023 vendor applications!