Food, dancing, and continuous entertainment!
Each year, you’ll find more than a dozen booths selling freshly-made ethnic foods from around the world, continuous live entertainment, live music for dancing, crafts, community information and games, plus short educational sessions about world cultures, presented by the same organizations whose food booths—each representing a different nationality or culture—have been a Pittsburgh-area tradition for more than a half-century.
Run by Volunteers, Enjoyed by Thousands
International Village is entirely run by volunteers, including many of the ethnic churches, temples and social organizations in the McKeesport region. It annually draws more than 20,000 people to McKeesport’s historic Renziehausen Park, home to many other attractions, including an extensive walking/fitness trail, a heritage museum and Pennsylvania’s second-largest rose garden.
Close to You
McKeesport’s International Village℠ is about 20 minutes’ driving time from Pittsburgh and less than one hour from most of Western Pennsylvania, easily reached via U.S. Route 30, Pennsylvania Route 48, the Pennsylvania Turnpike and I-376 (the Parkway East).