Our WCF is a timely celebration to rejoice life and come together to overcome the many negative impacts of COVID-19.


Come join us at our 7th World Children’s Festival (WCF) at the National Mall across from the U.S. Capitol. Organized every four years, the WCF is the “Olympics” of creativity and imagination.

You can take the Metro to the Smithsonian Station and walk up to our “Wellness Center” to learn how we mitigate COVID at the WCF. You can watch our electrifying performances on the “World Stage” or see our masterpieces exhibited right across from the National Gallery of Art. You can participate in any of the workshops or activities taking place in a dozen pavilions. You’ll learn something new from eminent educators, prominent artists, and subject matter experts from federal agencies and universities. We’ll provide workshop materials and art supplies. You should bring your facemasks, water bottles, sunscreen lotions, and an umbrella too.

  • Friday is our Health and Environment Day. The sharing of common concerns and perspectives can scaffold mutual empathy necessary for public health and climate change solutions.
  • Saturday is our Creativity & Imagination Day. Join us to celebrate American ingenuity so we can embrace an entrepreneurial, innovative spirit.
  • Sunday is our Peace & Leadership Day. Help us recast this wounded world into a wondrous one.

Our WCF will cultivate our and your creativity for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, grow mutual empathy for “a more perfect union,” and blossom as a public celebration of creativity, diversity, and unity.

Please adopt our WCF as your cause with a donation today. We urgently need your support so we can celebrate creativity, diversity, and unity right across from the U.S. Capitol.

The WCF is free and open to the public from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. The U.S. Park Police requirements about public health and safety can result in crowd control. You must register to attend the WCF, participate in free workshops and educational activities, and enjoy the electrifying performances.