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Chinese New Year in Orlando 2021

See the spectacular Dragon Parade and Multicultural Festival in Orlando

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Disclaimer: Due to COVID-19 concerns, many events might be canceled, postponed, or changed into limited versions, sometimes at very short notice. Please check with event organizers directly for the latest updates (view the "External Resources" section below).

Chinese New Year is a special time in Orlando. Disney resorts and parks, such as Magic Kingdom, hold an array of special events and offers during this time. Disney stores also offer Chinese-themed merchandise to celebrate the arrival of Lunar New Year in the parks.

The largest Lunar New Year celebration in Orlando occurs during Central Florida Dragon Parade. The event offers a traditional take on the Chinese New Year celebration. It features lion dances, Chinese food, live music, firecrackers, and family-friendly crafts. The parade starts at the corner of Lake Highland Dr and N. Mills Ave, then it turns at N. Thornton Ave, heads south, and ends at N. Thornton Ave and Colonial Drive.

The Multicultural Festival, which follows the parade, is held in Orlando’s Mills 50 district. One of Central Florida's signature events brings together a few cultures of East Asia. The festivities include martial arts, taiko drummers, dragon and lion dances as well as authentic food vendors.

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