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Chinese New Year 2015 Events happening at these states:

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  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut

The Chinese New Year 2015 - Year of the Sheep (Ram or Goat) - falls on February 19, 2015

For those who want to share their 2015 Chinese New Year Events, please email us .

We are in the process of updating our calendar of events so please bear with us.

Note: Please confirm all information with the organizers/ website, especially before driving to an event.


Celebrating Chinese New Year Festival

February 14, 2015, 11am-2pm
Boutwell Auditorium 春節停課
1930 8th Ave N Birmingham, AL 35203-2204

Kid friendly and handicapped accessible

To celebrate a Chinese tradition that has been over thousands of years, the extravaganza features
performances, including Chinese martial arts and various musical assemblies by out of state and local
artists. This year’s festivities will include Chinese food/drink and gifts/souvenirs from local businesses.


Chinese New Year

Sunday, Feb 22, 2014 12:00p

East Anchorage High School Auditorium Anchorage, AK

Celebration starting with lunch (between 12:30pm—2pm)followed by stage performance including Lion and Dragon Dance, music, folk dance, singing, Kung Fu and
raffle prize drawing.

Phone (907) 762-8468

Price $18 Member; $25 Non-Member, $12 Senior & Child

Age Suitability All Ages



25th Annual Phoenix Chinese Week's Culture and Cuisine Festival

Friday February 13th, 2015 9am-3pm
Saturday February 14th 10am-5pm
Sunday February 15th 10am-4pm

LOCATION: Margaret T. Hance Park (East), 1202 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, 85004

(East of the Phoenix Public Library) NEW LOCATION

Celebrate the Year of the Ram and experience the sights, sounds and tastes of the 25th annual Phoenix Chinese Week’s Culture and Cuisine Festival. Enjoy continuous entertainment including the famous dragon and lion dances, martial arts demonstrations, folk and traditional dances, musical performances, Children’s Pavilion activities, Chinese Culture and History Booth, and more. Shop at souvenir and arts and crafts booths, experience cultural performances, and taste scrumptious and authentic Chinese cuisines.

There is free parking around the vicinity of the festival

Free Admission

More info on their website.

2015 Arizona Chinese New Year Festival

Saturday, January 31, 2015 2:00 pm

Centennial Hall, University of Arizona

Sponsored by the Confucius Institute

Tickets: $18, $15

This extravaganza is the sixth annual celebration of the Chinese New Year organized by CIUA, this year featuring more than 200 local, national and international artists including Chinese musicians, singers, Kungfu masters and folk dance groups. The Festival will also showcase the talents of the Tucson Girls Chorus, who will give a concert tour in China in summer, 2015 arranged by CIUA! Additional Festival highlights include the Chandler Symphony Orchestra and a Grand Chorus of singing groups from Tucson and Phoenix. This fusion of East and West comprises a spectacular variety show that can’t be missed!

Join us in welcoming the Year of the Sheep!


Chinese New Year Festival: Year of the GOAT

February 7, 2015

Tucson Chinese Cultural Center
1288 W. River Road
Tucson, AZ 8470

he Tucson Chinese Cultural Center is excited to celebrate Lunar New Year 2014, the most important holiday of the year for Chinese families. 2015 is the Year of the Goat, and is year 4712 on the Chinese calendar, the longest chronological record in human history. The Lunar New Year occurs on February 19, 2015.

parking for attendees. Located at Tucson Chinese Cultural Center 1288 W. River Rd. Tucson, AZ 85704



24th Annual Alhambra Lunar New Year Celebration

Welcoming the Year of the Sheep

Festival/Carnival 新春園遊會

February 21, 2015 (Saturday

A large-scale Lunar New Year celebration in Southern California. It begins with a three-week art exhibit at the Alhambra City Hall . The main celebration is a one-day street festival on Valley Blvd. , the heart of the Chinese commercial district in the San Gabriel Valley . The festival’s attendance has increased steadily over the years, now averaging 25,000. Corporate America utilizes this venue to reach out to the Asian communities.

Street Festival - Alhambra

February 21, 2015 - Saturday (Free Admission)

10 am - 5 pm on Valley Blvd. in Alhambra from Garfield to Almansor. The street festival will be held on 5 city blocks on Valley Blvd. from Garfield Ave. to Almansor St . This is the most concentrated Chinese-American commercial district in Southern California . 250 booths, some with featured activities, such as a dragon boat rowing station, an auto square, children's workshops, a health fair and cultural demonstrations, that provide festival-goers with a taste of the Asian culture. Giveaways, fun games, and ethnic foods attract long lines of attendees. Young and old alike enjoy the exposure to Asian culture and strengthening of community ties this event affords.

Hacienda Heights

Hsi Lai Temple Chinese New Year Activities

New Year Pilgrimage
Sun, February 19, 2015, 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Where: Fong Guan Shan Hsi Lai Temple Front Gate

Special Announcement

F.G.S Hsi Lai Temple Lunar New Year Parking(Free Shuttle Service)
The 2015 Lunar New Year Festival is coming soon. In the past, a considerable number of visitors have come here on the first few days of the festival. This has caused a lot of inconvenience to many because we do not have a large enough parking lot to accommodate all our New Year visitors. Therefore, this year we have loaned one overflow/offsite parking lot for February 19, 20, 21, 22. 28, and March 1. It will only take you 3 minutes to drive there from the Tem pe.

We are delighted that you have shown an interest in Chinese culture and in Buddhism and have chosen to visit us. Our founder, Venerable Master Hsing Yun is recognized world-wide for his dedication in promoting Humanistic Buddhism which embraces all traditions and schools and stresses the salient teachings of the Buddha, which are relevant to and essential for the well being and progress of humanity in modern times. We at Hsi Lai are committed to serving as a bridge between East and West so that the Buddha's teachings of kindness, compassion, joyfulness, and equanimity might be integrated into our lives and of those around us to the benefit of all and that we might learn the ways to cultivate the wisdom to clearly understand the true nature of all things.

For more information on Dharma activities, please visit HSILAI website

Los Angeles

116th Golden Dragon Parade 2015

Saturday February 21, 2015, 12pm to 8:30 pm
Central & West Plazas
943-951 N. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Street Closures
The following streets will be closed starting from 11:00am to 4:00pm
* Hill Street from Bernard Street to Temple Street
* Ord, Alpine, College, & Bernard Streets from North Broadway to North Hill Street
* North Broadway from Bernard Street to Cesar Chavez Avenue
* Cesar Chavez Avenue from North Broadway to Main Street

The festival is easily accessed via Metro Gold Line rail from the Chinatown Station.

Join us in celebrating the Year of the Ram with family and friends at the Chinese New Year Festival in LA Chinatown.

116th Golden Dragon Parade: Sat, Feb 21st 1pm-3pm (commencing at Hill and Ord Streets and concluding at Broadway and Cesar Chavez). For Parade information, contact the Chinese Chamber of Commerce at (213) 617-0396 or visit

In celebrating over one hundred years of tradition, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles presents the 116th Annual Golden Dragon Parade. With over thousands and thousands of individuals lining the parade route and thousands viewing the telecast each year, this colorful celebration along North Broadway in Chinatown has become the premiere cultural event in the Southern California Asian-American Community.

Since the mid-1980’s, the Golden Dragon Parade has expanded to include almost two dozen floats, multiple marching bands, government officials, various dignitaries, entertainers, local business leaders and cultural groups. The parade’s theme emphasizes ethnic diversity, Chinese Culture and exposure to Chinese-American businesses. The parade continues to be a rich and diverse experience for Angelenos of all ages and ethnicities.

The day of the Lunar New Year is the most celebrated holiday of the year for nearly 1.5 million persons of Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese descent in Southern California. It is celebrated with colorful festivals, parades, and most importantly, large family gatherings. It is also a time when ancestors are fondly remembered and families give thanks for their blessings. Red packets of money (“Lai See” or “Hung Bao”) and firecrackers add fun and excitement to the Chinese New Year celebration

Chinatown Welcomes Year of the RAM With Midnight Temple Ceremony

Wednesday, February 18, 2015
10pm -
1 am

Chuan Thien Hau (Cam Au) Temple
750-756 N. Yale Street
Los Angeles , 90012

Free Admission

Chinatown community gathers to welcome good health, prosperity, and harmony for the “Year of the Snake.” Thousands will gather at a local temple to make offerings to the deities, set off firecrackers to awaken the spirits, and burn incense to usher in good fortune for the new year. Participants includes lion dancers, Buddhist and Taoist monks, the heads of family associations, and many others from the Southern California Chinese community. This tradition takes place on the eve of Chinese New Year’s Day (2/9/13) and is typically followed by several days of return visits to the temple for blessings and public celebrations.

Saturday, February 21, 2015
10:30am - 12pm
In and around Los Angeles Chinatown
$15 per person
RSVP required as group size is limited.
Submit a request online or call (213) 680-0243.

"The Undiscovered Chinatown Tour" To Uncover History, Treasures, and Great Shopping

Visit a temple, an herbal shop, art galleries, antique stores, and more when guided to the unique treasures--not to mention great bargains--to be found in Chinatown. The tour will take visitors to a number of off-the-beaten-track points of interest, and will guide those interested in shopping to some of Chinatown’s best bargains and its trendiest shops. See why Chinatown is touted by Sunset and Los Angeles magazines as one of the hottest destinations for urban adventurers! Wear comfortable walking shoes and be prepared to wind your way through a myriad of alleyways, plaza stalls, and classical courtyards to discover the charm of L.A.’s Chinatown.

For special tour arrangements or requests, please email at with your need or contact the BID office at (213) 680-0243.

These tours are offered monthly. Check their web site.



Chinese New Year Festival - Year of the Sheep

Bay Area Discovery Museum

Monday, Febreuary 16, 2015  9am - 5pm

Free with Museum admission

Welcome the Year of the Sheep. Purchase a theatre ticket to see a vibrant performance by the Chinese Performing Arts of America Youth Group. Enjoy delicious Chinese food for sale, as well as a variety of cultural demonstrations. You won’t want to miss the Marin Chinese Cultural Association and their spectacular lion dancers.

Special thanks to the Marin Chinese Cultural Association for their participation in this event.


Monterey Park

Monterey Park’s Chinese New Year Festival

February 7, 2015 10:00 am-9 pm

February 8, 2015 10:00 am-7pm

Downtown Monterey Park
Garvey Avenue (Between Garfield and Alhambra Avenues)

Monterey Park's Lunar New Year festival features vendors offering unique gifts and specialty items, food booths with various types of delectable items, amusement rides, and lots of live entertainment. The traditional New Year lion and dragon dancers along with firecrackers will kick-off the festival Saturday morning. Various types of entertainment will be featured on both days. A large carnival fun zone will be featured in parking lots at the corner of Garvey and Lincoln Avenues.

Past Lunar New Year events in Monterey Park have drawn crowds estimated at 50,000 to 100,000 visitors coming from all over the Southern California area. Plan on attending now for a full weekend of fun, entertainment, shopping and dining. The event is presented by the City of Monterey Park, the Monterey Park Downtown Business Improvement District Advisory Committee, and World Journal LA, LLC.


Lunar New Year Bazaar

The 2015 "Year of the Ram" Lunar New Year Bazaar will be held February 7 & 8, 2015. More information can be found here.

Chinese regard lunar new year is regarded as the most important and largest holiday of the year. The holiday is synonymous in scope and size with the celebration of Christmas in western culture.

As part of the the Chinese New Year celebration, Chinese Americans come to Oakland Chinatown every year to buy presents, decorations, and special foods. In addition, Chinatown's restaurants become a hub for many friends and families to gather for traditional Lunar New Year dinners.

The Chinese New Year Bazaar was created in 1991 by the Oakland Chinatown Chamber of Commerce to provide a festive event for Oakland Chinatown to celebrate and welcome the lunar new year.

This annual event covers two city blocks and occurs every year on a weekend in either late January or February, depending on when new year falls on the lunar calander. The outdoor bazaar allows local businesses to sell traditional flowers and gifts in celebration of Chinese New Years The event is located inside the Pacific Renaissance Plaza's Courtyard and surrounding streets.

The Bazaar features diverse cultural entertainment, exquisite food demonstrations, fortune telling, and a Little Prince and Princess Contest (sponsored by Oakland Chinatown Lion's Club).

The event offers an opportunity for Chinatown residents and visitors to enjoy traditional New Year festivities and an opportunity to enjoy performances from Chinese culture.

14th Annual Lunar New Year Celebration and Other Asian Traditions

Sunday, February 22, 2015, 12–4:30 pm

Don’t miss this favorite annual festival, as OMCA rings in the Year of the Horse with an array of Asian traditions in arts, crafts, food, demonstrations, live music, dance, family activities, and so much more. Elements of Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Tibetan and other Asian cultures will be featured in the daylong celebration, including performances such as lion & dragon dances, acrobats, music, dance, magic show, martial arts, storytelling and cooking demonstrations for kids. Try your hand at traditional crafts to take home.

All activities included with Museum admission


Pacific Asia Museum: 5th Annual Lunar New Year Festival

January 31, 2015

Saturday 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Pacific Asia Museum, Psadena, CA

Free Admission and Open to the Public!


35th Asian American Expo

Celebrating the Lunar New Year festivities, building dialogue between the booming Asian and U.S. markets, offering joy, fun and happiness to all!

January 16-17, 2016, 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Pomona Fairplex
Halls # 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8
1101 W. McKinley Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768

Chinese Overseas Marketing Service Corporation
3940 Rosemead Blvd.
Rosemead, CA 91770


Asian Pacific Lunar New Year Festival: Sat. Jan. 31, 2015

January 31, 2015

On January 31, at Lunar Fest 2015, visitors in Downtown Riverside will be transported to the beauty of the magnificent Ancient Orient, beginning with a Spectacular Parade of Nations at 10 am, Opening ceremonies at 10:45 am, then Traditional Asian Music, Taiko Drums, Dance Performances, Art Displays and Day-Long Demonstration of Martial Arts, Anime Cosplayers and a range of Asian Cultural displays of various kinds conducted by community and professional groups alike, throughout the day on four separate stages.

Make sure you visit the Children’s Village for FREE Arts and Crafts. Also check out the Health Expo hosted by local medical professionals, that brings the art of the Mind, Body and Spirit into ones well being. Then enjoy the days events with authentic Asian foods of the Far East and try a variety of Teas at the Tea Pavilion to tantalize the pallet. We encourage you to dress the part of the festivities and wear your favorite Asian Attire along with the hundreds of traditional cultural garbs from all over Asia and South Pacific.

We will have the schedule of performances as we get closer to the festivities, so keep checking back. And lastly, don’t miss the closing ceremony with our spectacular Fireworks Display ringing in the Lunar New Year of the Sheep, with a Bang!

Parking is Free, Admission is Free, and the Cultural Experience is Priceless.

Rowland Heights

Chinese ChildBook

Chinese New Year books for sale

Chinese New Year coloring pages

Chinese New Year lesson plans available


Chinese New Year Culture Association

2015 Year of the Sheepe Celebration

February 7th, 2015, Saturday

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hiram Johnson High School
6879 14th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95820
Admission: Adult: $6; Children 12 and under: $1

San Diego

33rd Annual 2015 San Diego Chinese New Year Food and Culture Fair

February 21-22, 2015 Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm Sunday 9:00am-5:00pm A traditional celebration in the streets of downtown brings lion dancers, martial arts demonstrations, storytellers, cultural performances, food vendors and a lantern parade. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Third Avenue and J Street, Gaslamp Quarter. This is a FREE, family friendly event! Come celebrate our 32nd year of hosting the fair and our 42nd year of providing social services to the San Diego community

San Francisco

Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Parade

Saturday, March 7, 2015  6:00 to 8:00 pm

Named one of the top ten Parades in the world by IFEA, the Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco is one of the few remaining night illuminated Parades in the country. Started in the 1860's by the Chinese in San Francisco as a means to educate the community about their culture, the Parade and Festival have grown to be the largest celebration of Asian culture outside of Asia. Since 1958, the parade has been under the direction of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

Over 100 units will participate in the Southwest Airlines® Chinese New Year Parade. A San Francisco tradition since just after the Gold Rush, the parade continues to delight and entertain the many hundreds of thousands of people that come to watch it on the street or tune in to watch it on television on KTVU Fox 2 or KTSF Channel 26, 6:00-8:00 p.m., on Saturday, March 7, 2015.

Nowhere in the world will you see a lunar new year parade with more gorgeous floats, elaborate costumes, ferocious lions, exploding firecrackers , and of course the newly crowned Miss Chinatown U.S.A. and her court. A crowd favorite is the spectacular 268' Golden Dragon ("Gum Lung") It takes a team of over 100 men and women from the martial arts group, White Crane to carry this dragon throughout the streets of San Francisco.

This year's Southwest Airlines® Chinese New Year Parade promises to warm your heart and electrify your senses, come rain or shine.

This is a smoke free event.

Chinese New Year Community Street Fair

March 7, 2015  Saturday 10:00am-4:30pm, March 8, 2015, Sunday 9:00 am-5pm

Grant Avenue from Clay to Broadway; Pacific Avenue from Kearney to Stockton; Jackson Street from Kearny to Stockton

Become immersed in the sights and sounds of Chinatown. The Chinatown Community Street Fair takes place the weekend of the Chinese New Year Parade and is an opportunity for attendees to experience Chinese cutural arts such as latern and kite making, calligraphy, fine arts demonstrations, folk dance, and puppet shows. Traditional and modern entertainment perform on the main stage thoughout both days. Enjoy colorful folk dance from throughout Asia, acrobats, lion dancing, and magic demonstration

For more information, please visit their website.


San Luis Obispo

February 21, 2015, Satur4day 5 pm-9pm

Location: Grange Hall, 2880 Broad Street, San Luis Obispo, CA

Mark your calendar! Central Coast Chinese Association (CCCA) is celebrating it's annual Chinese New Year from 5 pm to 9 pm on Feb. 21 2015 in San Luis Obispo . Our planning committee is working hard on putting together another fabulous program for our community.  If you got talent, or know someone who has talent, or have some suggestions for our program, or wish to help, please contact us at or

San Marino

Chinese New Year Carnival

Saturday, February 21, 2015  10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Huntington Middle School, 1700 Huntington Drive, San Marino, CA 91108

You can explore the wonders of the Spring Festival right here in the San Marino community. The Chinese School of San Marino PTA proudly hosts the annual Chinese New Year Carnival from 10:00AM to 12:30PM on Saturday, February 21. Rain or shine, the Carnival will take place at Huntington Middle School, 1700 Huntington Drive, San Marino, 91108. The funds generated from this event will go towards the Chinese School of San Marino. The Chinese School offers Chinese-learning opportunities for both youth and adults in the San Gabriel Valley and San Fernando Valley. If you would like to donate, support, and be a part of this joint venture for the pan-Chinese community in the Southland, please make a check payable to the Chinese School of San Marino PTA [a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization; Tax ID:95-4055808] or contact the CSSM PTA at (626) 796-5190.



Colorado Springs

14th Annual Festival  Year of the Sheep 2015

Saturday, February 7, 2015  10am - 4 pm

City Auditorium

221 E. Kiowa St., Colorado Springs. 
Tickets at door:  Adults $6.00, Children 5-9 $5.00 
For more information:  Phone 719-387-7624



2015 Chinese New Year Celebration   
aturday, Febuary 21, 201
Southridge Recreation Center at Highlands Ranch
  4800 McArthur Ranch Rd. Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
  On-stage Performance:
1:00-2:00 p.m. and 4:00-5:00 p.m.
  Cultural Fair: 12:00 - 5:00 p.m 

  Tickets:  $7 in advance  $10 at the door
  + Tickets  ticket phone line: 303-471-8859

2015 Chinese New year Celebration at Denver Chinese School

February 21, 2015 10am-3pm

Denver Chinese Schoo

Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch

3900 E. Grace Blvd., Highlands Ranch, CO  80126

Cost:  $28.00

Take a Journey to the Far East right here in Denver and experience the most exciting Chinese cultural event, the Chinese New Year Celebration. Enjoy first-class on-stage shows by a team of professional performing artists from The “SOUND OF CHINA” Troupe sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Culture together with local talent performing acrobats, magic, face-changing, folk and opera songs, lion dance, Kung Fu, dances and more. Savor a variety of specially made authentic Chinese food.



Chinese New Year Celebrations in Hartford County, CT

The 9th annual lunar celebration at the Legislative Office Building Atrium in Hartford will be Wednesday February 19th from 5-7pm. You and your family can enjoy an amazing lion dance as well as other traditional entertainment.  

Featuring:  Guest5 Le3gislat5ive Speakers, Live Performances & Light Refreshments

Asian Pacific American Coalition ( and CT Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission (


Chinese Language School of Connecticut's 13th Annual Chinese New Year Festival

February 22, 2015 11am - 3pm

Eastern Middle School

51 Hendrie Avenue, Riverside, CT

  • Traditional Food and Music
  • Chinese Performances
  • Lion and Dragon Dance
  • Crafts and Activities
  • Student Performances
  • Silent Auction
  • Community Vendors

Tickets:  Adult: $60, Child $30

Please inquire for ticket sale info on their website.

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