2019 Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Street Party

2019 Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Street Party

This is Chinatown Adelaide SA Inc’s flagship one-day event, the Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Street Party has become a statewide calendar event for the locals, tourists, leaders and members of the Adelaide business community, state and foreign dignitaries to immerse in traditions and cultural experiences. 2019 will mark the 16th Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Street Party, and this Year of the Pig will see the best community event ever staged by Chinatown Adelaide SA Inc. Join us to paint our town RED together!

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2016 Lunar New Year Street Party

Chinese New Year 2016 in Adelaide

To celebrate 2016 Lunar New Year Street Party and to usher in the year of the Monkey, Moonta Street (Chinatown) and Gouger Street will be filled with stalls, exhibitions, and entertainments from various cultural groups, showcasing Asian cultures and traditions of arts, crafts and foods. This year, it is anticipated that over 20,000 people from all over South Australia and beyond will be expected to attend the Chinese New Year street party.

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Destiny hangs on China’s fortunes

The Year of the Dragon – the fifth of the 12-year Chinese zodiac cycle – is considered propitious for starting new business ventures, getting married and is generally considered good luck in Chinese mythology.

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Time for Year of the Dragon

The Chinese, Indonesian and Japanese communities will celebrate the start of the Lunar New Year with a mix of performances in Chinatown next weekend.About 10,000 people will descend on Moonta St next Saturday (January 28) to mark the Year of the Dragon.Up to 20 groups of dancers and musicians will take to the stage throughout the day and 17 stalls will sell a mix of food, including Malaysian and Indian cuisines. The Chinese dragon will go through the Central Market from 11.30am to noon. The street party will be held next Saturday, January 28 – the ninth day of the Lunar calendar. Celebrations will kick off at 10am and run until 5.30pm. Article reproduced from the Messenger

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Lunar New Year street party a cracker

Fireworks, lion dances, martial arts displays and a fashion parade will help ring in the Lunar New Year at a street party in Chinatown this Saturday. Adelaides multicultural communities will showcase their music, dance and food at the event, which marks the start of the 15-day Lunar New Year festival on February 3. According to the Chinese Zodiac 2011 is the Year of the Rabbit. Chinese astrology says people born under the rabbit (for example 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987 and 1999) make ideal diplomats or politicians, and have grace, culture and beautiful manners. The free street party on Moonta St, between Gouger and Grote streets, starts at 11am.  

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2010 Lunar New Year Street Party roars into Chinatown

2010 is the Year of the Tiger, so why not take the family along to Chinatown this Saturday and celebrate the Lunar New Year Street Party with lion dances, firecrackers and Tai Chi demonstrations? Chinatown will be full of colour and excitement tomorrow with thousands of people expected to head to Moonta Street, Chinatown from 10am to 5pm to experience the vibrant Asian culture. Lord Mayor Michael Harbison said the Lunar New Year Street Party is an exciting event for the City of Adelaide. Moonta Street in Chinatown will be the heart of this years Lunar New Year celebrations so I encourage families to go along and join in the free festivities. This weekends event is filled with so much culture and life. There are things to do and see for people of all ages, said the Lord Mayor. There will be formal addresses from City and community leaders, followed

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