Volunteers of the Wichita Asian Association organize the annual Wichita Asian Festival to present the best of the Asian culture to the public. Attendees will enjoy art, traditional outfits, performances and food representing many Asian countries. Last year, more than 7,000 attended the long-running event that traditionally takes place in October at the Century II Convention Hall.
The Wichita Asian Festival is the only time and place in Wichita you can taste authentic food from as many as 15 Asian countries under one roof. The festival is free but bring cash for food and merchandise booths. A $5 program book supports the festival and offers coupons for the vendor area.
As many as 14 performances on stage highlighting a variety of Asian culture
As many as 11 countries represented by the contestants in the Miss Wichita Asian Festival
Nearly 50 vendor booths – shop for Asian food and a variety of arts items
Kids Corner – a variety of Asian children’s activities, meet Wichita Police Dept. and Sedgwick County Sheriff mascots and more!
For more details about the 36th annual Asian Festival see our calendar listing.