Best Lunar New Year Celebrations of 2019 Around the United.
For nearly 2,000 years, the Chinese New Year has been celebrated with lanterns and this festival made its first appearance ever in Las Vegas! The Chinese New Year Celebration is on Feb. 16th, 2018. So plan on getting the full CNY Experience during that time. The whole festiveal is presented by Tianyu Arts. Their team of artisans are from Zigong.
Chinese New Year 2019: Your San Francisco parade guide A month’s worth of Year of the Pig festivities will culminate in Feb. 23 illuminated parade.
The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) is holding its biggest and most diverse parade ever to ring in the 4718 Chinese Lunar New Year, the Year of the Rat! Our dynamic community-based parade will include traditional lion and dragon dances, Kung Fu demonstrations, firecrackers, live music and marching bands, beauty pageant winners, VIPs, and other community talents!
Ring in the Chinese New Year in Chicago! The city is welcoming the Year of the Rat with a city-wide celebration from Jan. 24 through Feb. 9, 2020. Enjoy a signature concert featuring musicians directly from China, along with colorful parades, culinary events, a lantern procession, and more. Explore some of the top things to do during Chinese New Year in Chicago.
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See Who's Going to Chinese New Year in the Desert 2020 in Las Vegas, NV! Also known as the Las Vegas Spring Festival, the Chinese New Year in the Desert festival in Las Vegas celebrates Chinese culture and heritage, Vegas-style. The event features the traditional dragon dance, a dancing lion display, acrobats, martial arts and kung fu demonstrations, noodle pulling, d.
The Big Parade: Making its way through the heart of Chinatown since 1979, the Vancouver Chinese New Year Parade is a high-energy celebration that draws hundreds of thousands of people. The parade features the largest assembly of traditional lion dancers in Canada as well as cultural dance troupes, marching bands and martial arts. Parade begins at the Millennium Gate on Pender Street on Sunday.