The Intercultural Festival (ICF) is a student-organized event dedicated to celebrating the diversity of VCU and the surrounding community.
ICF, which is supported by The Commons at VCU, attracts thousands of people from different ages and backgrounds and includes unique performances, authentic food, games, children’s activities, carnival rides, an art exhibition, a petting zoo, cultural displays, and much more.
IFC is a celebration of cultural diversity, connecting over 80 diverse VCU student organizations, community organizations, and people from all over the country. The festival promotes “unity in diversity” not only at VCU, but also throughout Richmond and the state. ICF offers an assortment of entertaining activities to the public over the country for people of all ages, and from all walks of life.
The ICF has been in existence for more than two decades. In 2003, ICF was recognized as an official university tradition at VCU. The festival is a university and community-wide event that attracts more than 10,000 attendees.
Information about the ICF event in 2021 will be shared on this webpage and with the VCU community. Check back for updates!
Image: ICF and The Commons logo, illustration of passports from a variety of countries.