Celebrate Lunar New Year in Los Angeles

Welcome the Year of the Pig with parades, festivals, shopping and dining specials

Lion dancers celebrate Lunar New Year at LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal
Lion dancers at LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal | Photo: Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield

Chinese New Year, aka Spring Festival, is the most significant holiday of the year in China, as well as in countries and cities around the world with a large Chinese population. One of the most diverse cities in the world, Los Angeles celebrates the Lunar New Year with colorful parades, family-friendly festivals, hotel packages, and shopping specials. The Lunar New Year is not only a time for family gatherings, but is also when people honor ancestors and give thanks for good fortune. Sumptuous meals with “lucky” dishes, red envelopes (hongbao) and firecrackers are all traditional parts of the festivities.

Los Angeles is celebrating the Year of the Pig with events ranging from a traditional temple ceremony to the spectacular Golden Dragon Parade, family-friendly street festivals, and great deals for shopping. Xin nian kuai le!

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