Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Los Angeles

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The Spring Festival is just around the corner. There is no feeling of celebrating the Spring Festival at all. It seems that the New Year's Eve is just a series of numbers on the calendar and has no more meaning.  Now think about it, the busy purchasing of new year's goods several years ago and the sweeping of the year before, which used to be very resisted, have become so memorable, not to mention the rounded pork dumplings made by my mother on New Year's Eve.  But it doesn't matter, I'm here to help you summarize the 13 most worthwhile Spring Festival celebrations in Los Angeles 2020, so that you can also feel the atmosphere of the Spring Festival in Los Angeles.

 

  Lunar New Year Celebration at Disney California Adventure

Lunar New Year Celebration at Disney California Adventure

What is better than "the happiest place on earth" to celebrate the lunar new year?  Disney will celebrate the Year of the Rat by one month.  Many Disney characters will change into traditional Chinese costumes to celebrate the arrival of the Spring Festival. Lantern and other essential elements of the Spring Festival are also distributed throughout Disney.  You can take photos and watch parades with Hua Mulan, Mushu, Mickey and Minnie. There are also delicious dishes from China, South Korea and Vietnam in the park. Don't hesitate about Disney powder.

Address:Disneyland Resort, 1313 S Disneyland Dr Anaheim

Website:https://disneyland.disney.go.com/events-tours/lunar-new-year/

January 17 to February 9, 2020

 

 Chinese New Year Festival in Monterey Park

Chinese New Year Festival in Monterey Park

The two-day Spring Festival Fair in Mongolia is based on five blocks of Monterey Central Park, with various traditional performances, interesting Spring Festival activities, folk arts, and more than 200 various snacks and stalls.  Firecrackers and dragon lion dances start on Saturday morning. If you want to experience the lively atmosphere of the Spring Festival temple fair, you can try it here.

Address:Between Garfield Ave. & Alhambra Ave.Monterey Park

Website:http://www.lunarnewyears.com/

Time:January 11 to January 12, 2020

 

Chinese New Year in Beverly Hills

Chinese New Year in Beverly Hills

 There are also Chinese Spring Festival celebrations in Beverly Hills on the west side of Los Angeles. Last year's celebrations included variety shows, "Beijing and Tianjin Records" photography exhibition and cultural heritage crafts exhibition. You may as well enter a new year that Beverly feels differently.

Address:8440 Wilshire Blvd Beverly Hills 90211

Website:http://lovebeverlyhills.com/articles/view/beverly-hills-celebrates-chinese-new-year

Time:January 18, 2020

 

 Lunar New Year at Universal Studios Hollywood

 Lunar New Year at Universal Studios Hollywood

Every year around the Spring Festival, Universal Studios add many elements of Chinese Spring Festival to celebrate the Lunar New Year.  This year, we can celebrate the Chinese New Year with bilingual Transformers (they can speak English and Mandarin). We can also take holiday photos with Minions and Kung Fu Panda in the lantern-decorated World Square.

Address:Universal Studios Hollywood & Universal CityWalk, Universal City

Website:https://www.universalstudioshollywood.com/things-to-do/events-and-seasonal-activities/lunar-new-year/

 

Lunar New Year Festival at Pacific Asia Museum

Lunar New Year Festival at Pacific Asia Museum

The Pacific Asia Museum Museum in Pasadena will also hold Chinese New Year celebrations. You can see traditional performances in the museum's courtyard, as well as other artistic activities, food trucks and "music zoo" and so on, which are free tours.

Address:46 N Los Robles Ave,Pasadena 91101

Website:https://pacificasiamuseum.usc.edu/calendar/details/?event-id=1525835

 

Chinese New Year at Santa Monica Place

There will also be performances and activities in Santa Monica to celebrate the Chinese New Year, including Chinese lion dance, Korean fan dance, stilt walkers, traditional dough artists, balloon twisters, classical folk music with Chinese music duets, New Year wishing trees, handicrafts and K-pop dance groups.

Chinese New Year at Santa Monica Place

Address:395 Santa Monica Pl Los Angeles 90401

Website:https://www.santamonicaplace.com/Events/LNY2019

  

Chinese New Year Celebration at the Huntington

Chinese New Year Celebration at the Huntington

What better way to celebrate the Lunar New Year than the beautiful Chinese gardens in Huntington Library?  Welcome the Year of the Rat with lion dancers, face-changing performances, martial arts demonstrations and Chinese music.

Address:1151 Oxford Road San Marino, 91108

Website:https://www.huntington.org/events/chinese-new-year-festival

 

Chinese New Year Celebration at Citadel Outlets

Chinese New Year Celebration at Citadel Outlets

Can you feel the Spring Festival atmosphere while shopping?  During January and February, red lanterns full of festive atmosphere, flashing lights and 17-foot-long Chinese pagodas can be seen around Citadel Outlets.  On February 3, the shopping center will hold celebrations, usually including Chinese dragon dance, folk dance, traditional songs and drum-beating ceremonies.

Address:100 Citadel Dr #480 Los Angeles 90040

Website:https://www.citadeloutlets.com/event/8th-Annual-Lunar-New-Year-Celebration/2145501484/

 

 Chinese New Year Midnight Temple Ceremony

Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Los Angeles

Thien Hau Temple, the largest temple in Los Angeles's Chinatown, will hold a midnight temple fair to welcome the New Year. It can offer sacrifices to gods, burn incense and money, set off firecrackers and other traditional activities for the New Year. Dragon and lion dances will begin at 10 pm.

Address:Thien Hau Temple, Chinatown

Website:http://chinatownla.com/wp1/event/midnight-temple-ceremony/?instance_id=504

 

  Chinese New Year: Shanghai Nights

Chinese New Year: Shanghai Nights

Last year, Queen Mary was able to take part in Chinese New Year celebrations. There were lion dances, acrobatics, zither ensembles, etc. on board. There were also various entertainment activities at the dinner party.

 

Golden Dragon Parade & Chinese New Year Festival

As one of the oldest traditional activities in Los Angeles, the Chinese New Year parade and festival celebration held in Los Angeles Chinatown will be the 121st.  The New Year celebrations in Chinatown's Central Square this year brought performances ranging from kung fu demonstrations to traditional music performances, as well as food trucks, table tennis, a fine beer garden and local breweries.  Face painting, story telling and paper folding.  But the most attractive thing is the annual Jinlong parade, which takes place from 1 pm to 3 pm on Saturday.

Golden Dragon Parade & Chinese New Year Festival

Website:http://www.lagoldendragonparade.com/

 

 Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival

In Alhambra, a Chinese district, there are also Chinese Spring Festival activities, with more than 250 food and craft stalls, lion dances, kung fu demonstrations and other performances. This year, it is held on Valley Avenue between Almanor Street and Vega Street.  Small friends nearby can go to participate.

Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival

Address:from Almansor St to Vega St,Alhambra

Website:http://www.alhambralunarnewyear.com/

 

 L.A. Chinatown Firecracker Run

In this Chinatown traditional activity, you can take part in 5K or 10K running or walking and bicycle riding for 20 or 30 miles to celebrate the new year. start and end in Chinatown central square, you can go to take part in running activities like this.

 L.A. Chinatown Firecracker Run

Address:Chinatown Central Plaza, Chinatown | 943 N Broadway,Los Angeles

Website:https://firecracker10k.org/

These are the most worthwhile Spring Festival activities I have summarized for you. Have you decided which one to go?  If the time is well arranged, you can go to various styles of Spring Festival to join the fun and feel the atmosphere of the New Year. Can't wait !

 

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