Several local restaurants set up stalls to sell food.
Different fresh-squeezed juice drinks being prepared.
Worldfest takes place every year on labor day weekend on the Belvedere in downtown Louisville.
An African dance group puts on a performance.
Various handmade Jewelry were available for sale, from many different countries.
Traditional African masks for sale.
Mango con chile on a stick is prepared here using tajin, a seasoning.
By Anthony Riley–
Over the labor day weekend, Worldfest returned to the Belvedere in Downtown Louisville for its 20th anniversary. Cultures across various international countries showcased food, music, art, dance, jewelry, and much more. Stalls, food carts, lemonade stands and live music drew thousands of locals and out-of-towners over the long weekend. With more than 40 food vendors on site, and over 100 booths selling handmade arts and crafts, textiles, clothing, and much more, Worldfest celebrates international cultures and the growing immigrant population in Louisville.
Hi! I'm Anthony Riley, and I've been photo editor of the Louisville Cardinal since fall 2019. I love photography, writing, urbexing and good food. I'm a comms/urban studies major and you can find me @asbr808 on IG.