Continue celebrating the end of Ramadan at Asia Society Texas’ Festival of Eid

Festival of Eid at Asia Society Texas Center | Photo courtesy of Asia Society Texas

Mark Eid al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan—which officially ended on the evening of Monday, May 2—with a late afternoon Festival of Eid celebration at Asia Society Texas Center on Saturday, May 7, 2022 from 4pm to 8pm.

The event showcases food trucks and delicious eats, plus craft activities, henna designs, musical performances and an indoor bazaar where visitors can shop local artists and small businesses. Pre-registration is required. 4pm to 8pm.

Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, is an occasion of peace, joy, and festivity. People visit friends and family, give gifts, and eat sweets and delicious food.

There will also be an indoor bazaar, featuring local artists and small business owners.

Advance registration is required. RSVP or learn more.

Asia Society Texas’ Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

The Festival of Eid is part of Asia Society Texas’ celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, featuring 31 ways to enjoy the monthlong celebration with live events, virtual streams, and online watch-at-your-leisure opportunities and chances to learn for all ages. Learn more about Asia Society Texas’ Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.

Festival of Eid at Asia Society Texas Center

Market at Asia Society Texas’ Festival of Eid | Photo courtesy of Asia Society Texas

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