School Festival ( (ぶん) () (さい) Bunkasai?) is the one hundred and sixty-ninth chapter of Kohei Horikoshi's My Hero Academia manga.

Summary

At Class 1-A's Heights Alliance, Mina Ashido is showing off her dance moves, which impresses some of her classmates. Interested, Izuku Midoriya decides to learn some dance moves from Mina. Denki Kaminari talks to Kyoka Jiro about her music themed room, which Kyoka shyly asks Denki to stop commenting on it.

Later in the classroom, Shota Aizawa announces that U.A. High School will be having a school festival and explains that the festival is sponsored by the other departments such as the General Department. However, Shota points out that part of the festival will be within U.A. and tells Class 1-A to pick out a program to perform at the festival. Tenya Ida asks ideas from Class 1-A; many of them give creative ideas such as Denki's maid cafe or Ochaco Uraraka's mochi shop. Soon, Class 1-A reaches many ideas. Before class ends, Shota tells Class 1-A to make a decision by tomorrow otherwise the class will be doing a public lecture.

Back at Heights Alliance, Tenya believes that Class 1-A should do a program where everyone can blow off steam. Mina suggests dancing, to which Shoto Todoroki unexpectedly agrees and goes on to say that relieving stress where everyone can have fun is a great idea, which he got from the Provisional Hero License training. Mina offers to teach Class 1-A some dance moves while Minoru Mineta suggests that dancing requires music, which Toru Hagakure suggests Kyoka for the task. Though, Kyoka believes that music has nothing to do with heroism and is simply just a hobby. Denki thinks playing with instruments, however, is great and Koji Koda believes that playing music can help put smiles on people's faces. Encouraged by her peers, Kyoka decides to help Class 1-A with music. All of them agreeing with dance and music, Class 1-A's school festival program will be a live performance and dance with party space.

Meanwhile on the laptop monitor, the next video that will play features a new villain.

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Chapters and Volumes
Volume 1 1234567
Volume 2 891011121314151617
Volume 3 181920212223242526
Volume 4 272829303132333435
Volume 5 363738394041424344
Volume 6 454647484950515253
Volume 7 545556575859606162
Volume 8 636465666768697071
Volume 9 727374757677787980
Volume 10 818283848586878889Tsuyu's Ribbity Day
Volume 11 90919293949596979899
Volume 12 100101102103104105106107108
Volume 13 109110111112113114115116117118
Volume 14 119120121122123124125126127128
Volume 15 129130131132133134135136137
Volume 16 138139140141142143144145146147
Volume 17 148149150151152153154155156157
Volume 18 158159160161162163164165166167
Volume 19 168169170171172173174175176177
Volume 20 178179180181182183184185186187188
Volume 21 189190191192193194195196197198199200
Volume 22 201202203204205206207208209210211212
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Volume 25 236237238239240241242243244245246
Volume 26 247248249250251252253254255256257258
Volume 27 259260261262263264265266267
Volume 28 268269270271272273274275276
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format 277278279280281282283284285286287288
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