UNCG’s annual International Festival, I-Fest, takes place Saturday, April 12, along College Avenue. From noon to 5 p.m., performers will share traditional dances and music, ranging from South Korean K-pop to Japanese drums to the hula.

I-Fest, in its 32nd year, will also offer games, food, cultural exhibits, and arts and crafts.  Admission and parking are free. In case of rain, festivities will move indoors to the Health and Human Performance Building on Walker Avenue.

Scheduled musical performances include:

Noon Iran: Persian Dance

12:15 p.m. China: Youth Chinese Orchestra

12:30 p.m. Brazil: Forro Brazilian Dance

12:35 p.m. Eritrea/ Ethiopia: Traditional Dances

12:55 p.m. China: Chinese Dance

1:25 p.m. Latin America: Hantin & Salsa Dances

1:35 p.m. International Hairston MS International Dance

1:45 p.m. South Korea: K-pop Dance

2:00 p.m. Hmong Traditional Dance

2:05 p.m. Middle East: Troop Bellysima Belly Dance

2:55 p.m. Japan Taiko Japanese Drumming

3:25 p.m. India: Bollywood Dance

3:35 p.m. Micronesian Polynesian Hula Dance

3:45 p.m. United States: Blue Dynasty Dance Team

3:50 p.m. Asia: Asian Pop

4:05 p.m. France: French Traditional Dance

4:15 p.m. Peru: Peruvian Traditional Dance

4:25 p.m. South Asia: UNCG Jalwa Dance Performance

4:35 p.m. South Korea: K-pop Dance

4:45 p.m. Saudi Arabia: Saudi Traditional Dance

The event is sponsored by UNCG’s International Student Association, the International Programs Center and the Student Government Association.