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Chinese New Year Festival 2024

Lion dances, traditional crafts, and lots of delicious food to mark the beginning of the new lunar cycle

Dates: February 10–20, 2024

Chinese New Year Festival
Dragon Parade at Crow Museum of Asian Art in Dallas
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Celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year at this free event, put on by Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas. Hosted by the NorthPark Center, this one-off annual celebration runs from 11 am to 4 pm. It's only for one day, though! So, be sure to make your plans and bookings in advance. In addition to martial arts displays and other entertaining events, the celebration includes lion and dragon dances.

What's in?

Visitors will have a chance to learn about an array of traditional crafts, such as calligraphy and others. There will also be unique landscape displays to watch, wellness programs to participate in, and a wide range of cultural acts to witness. Additionally, you'll come across vendors selling authentic foods and souvenirs to buy for your loved ones.

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