Festival of Faiths

The 22nd annual Festival of Faiths celebrates interfaith relations and efforts to make the world a more peaceful, unified place. Through events incorporating music, poetry, film, art and dialogue among “internationally renowned spiritual leaders, thinkers, and practitioners,” the festival looks to achieve its mission to “promote interfaith understanding, cooperation, and action.” Out of the wide variety of events — including speakers such as Azhar Usman, “America’s Funniest Muslim” and Naomi Tutu, daughter of the Nobel Peace Prize recipient for his human rights activism — there is undoubtedly something for you… or at least you are sure to see something you have never seen before, like the Sand Mandala, a brilliant mosaic of colored sands that will be constructed during the festival, only to be removed in a dissolution ceremony on the final day.

Wednesday, April 19–22

The Kentucky Center
Prices and times vary
501 W. Main St.