The third edition of RIFF World Village takes place on 29 June at Rotondes.
During the open-air festival, visitors can “tour the world” and experience a range of musical, theatre and dance performances, workshops and activities, and more. There will also be a screening of the film Mos Stellarium, produced by Tarantula, which documents the journeys of six refugees as they make their way to Luxembourg. Exact time of the screening is yet to be announced.
Entrance to the day of event is free of charge. Like at other RIFF events, traditional international food will also be available for a small fee.
The World Village marks the last summer event for the non-profit organisation before the new lineup kicks off in the autumn.
RIFF is a non-profit organisation which promotes intercultural dialogue through the arts. Its volunteers hold a series of workshops each year, normally each centred on one country or region, where participants can get a flavour for local food, film, and learn more generally about the location.