Apply for IFest

Join the International Festival 2015 with a Booth or a Performance


Invitation package for IFest 2015:

Applications for IFest 2015 are NO LONGER ACCEPTED.

Application for IFest 2015

 Please print the application, sign at the designated areas, scan it and SUBMIT ONLINE here, or email it to, or drop off the paper copy to Becky Sibley at CUE Center, 3rd Floor, C4C.


Dear Student Groups:

Join us! Come participate in the biggest international student event in CU-Boulder for free! It is “The International Festival”. Present your culture to the Boulder community and let them experience the rich tradition and heritage that you are a part of. The response in the past has been overwhelming. Approximately 4800 people attended the International Festival in 2014.

Who can get a booth at the CU International Festival?

The mission of the CU International Festival is “to promote and celebrate diversity among students and community members, to provide a platform for international student groups to represent their culture and to encourage a rediscovery of international students’ own background”. Any student or community group which represents a nation or culture specific to a region of the world is welcome to apply for a booth at the International Festival; each booth must have a current CU student. The Festival is a not intended to be a profit-making activity.

How do I apply for a booth or to perform at the International Festival?

Read the application thoroughly, complete all parts, and submit it by the deadline to those committee members listed on the front page of the application. Be sure to keep a copy for yourself. If you have any questions, please contact or Please drop off your signed and completed application at ISSP, CUE Center (Center for Community (C4C) or submit it online here .

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