Head to NorthPark Center for the Crow Museum’s 20th annual Chinese New Year Festival, celebrating 2019—the Year of the Earth Pig. Pigs are considered a symbol of wealth; their chubby faces and big ears are both signs of good fortune. This year’s festivities on February 9th will include a wealth of activities and festivities to help ring in the New Year, including dragon and lion dances, art making for all ages, and giveaways throughout the Center.
Master of Ceremonies: Sam Liu
11AM: Rising Phoenix Lion Dance Association TX: Acrobatic Lion Dance
11:40AM: Ceremonial Welcome
12PM: Dallas Symphony Orchestra: Traditional Chinese Folk Music
12:45PM: Julia Zhu: Bian Lian
1PM: Jasmine Chinese Dance Troupe
1:45PM: Norman Not Just A Pig
2PM: HuaYun Chinese Orchestra featuring a special performance by Sophia Liu: Traditional and Folk Chinese New Year Music
2:45PM: Lucy Xu: Beijing Opera Princess Chai and Her General
3PM: Thomas Gu: Diabolo, Chinese Yo-Yo
3:30PM: Lee’s White Leopard Kung Fu School: Lion Dance, Dragon Dance, and Kung Fu Show
Enjoy Special Offers, Experiences and Giveaways from Participating Retailers and NorthPark Center in celebration of the Crow Museum’s 20th annual Chinese New Year Festival. Red and gold balloons signify participating retailers.
See what else is going on around town HERE!
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