2015 Calgary Year of the Sheep Carnival
February 14, 2015, Saturday 1:30pm - 3:30pm
February 15, 2015, Saturday, 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Presented by Calgary Chinese Cultural Center
197 First St. SW, Calgary
For more information, please visit their website.
2015 Chinese New Year Celebration Show
7, 2015, 7:30pm
Presented by Manitoba Great Wall Performing Arts
Sichuan Arts Vocational College Performing Troupe
Place : Pantages Playhouse Theatre
Address: 180 Market Avenue, Winnipeg
starting at $34.99 (plus taxes and fees) Ticketmaster
Chinese New Year Carnival 2015
features China’s TOP LEVEL ACROBATS, DANCERS and MUSICIANS performing an
extravaganza of breathtaking dare devil feats, balancing acts, dances and
The China National Performing Arts
Troupe has performed 21 times in 17 cities in North America, Europe, Asia
Get ready for a show that will dazzle
audiences of all ages with its visually breathtaking performances and
Montreal Chinese New Year
Montreal accounts for one of the
grandest Chinatowns of North America- the other three being in Calgary,
Toronto and Vancouver. It is, therefore, very obvious that the
celebrations of the Chinese new year in the place is also one of its
kind. If you are headed out to Montreal this Chinese New Year, then
brace yourself for an unparalleled visual treat, comprising of colorful
parades, lanterns and decorations.
If you are in Montreal on the occasion
of the Chinese New Year, then brace yourself to walk down the red
streets of Chinatown, located in De la Gauchetière Street, Saint Urbain
Street and St. Lawrence Boulevard. According to the traditional Chinese
belief, the red color is said to bring good luck and this is the reason
why you will find the Chinese population dressed in red, gifting each
other money in red colored envelopes and hanging red decorations on
their door. You will also witness the Chinese population of the place
hanging red lanterns with inscriptions, conveying good luck on them.
Be ready to witness and participate in
the Chinese New Year parade, comprising of lion and dragon dance, colorful lanterns and a riot of
colors. Expect to see the parade theme
to match the animal of which the year is; 2014 being the year of the
horse, you can witness the parade theme customized to include the horse.
And not to forget the events organized by the Chinese Community and
Cultural Centre of Montreal on this occasion- again a grand celebration.
Chinese New Year
Presented by: Legend of China & Canada-China
Cultural Development Association
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
The Chinese New Year Carnival 2015 is a magnificent
production featuring amazing Chinese acrobats and dancers performing
together made up of Chinese musicians using authentic Chinese
instruments performing an extravaganza of musical solos, balancing acts,
beautiful dancing and breathtaking dare devil feats.
China’s cultural treasures are highlighted in a
new unique perspective comprised of top-level artists and entertainers
who will dazzle audiences with their visually breathtaking performances
and exquisite costumes. This dynamic production will be a fun-filled
feast for the eyes.
Chinese New Year Carnival 2015 to tour in Canada
from February 24th to March 15th 2015, will give eight performances
respectively in Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, and
Check out their website at www.legendofchina.net
for more details.
Genre: Family, Variety, Special
Tickets: $28 - $88
Chinese New Year Family Discovery Day
Royal Ontario Museum
February 14, 2015 from 11:00 am to 4:00pm
February 15, 2015 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
February 16, 2015 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Bloor Street (main entrance)
Celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Horse with live music and dance performances, shopping, dining and more!
The new year with hand’s on activity including: an artist-led-caligraphy workshop, Kids Crafts and Main Stage Performances (Lion Dance, Yips Children Choir and
FREE with Museum admission.
Winterlude Lunar New Year Parade
Feb 8th, 2015 1 pm – 2:30 pm
Be a real Canadian! Celebrate winter while enjoying dim sum
or pho and walking along with Chinese lions and zodiac animals in the
capital city of Canada! Feb. 8th. Chinese drummers and dance troupes
will join the lions to tour from business to business to bring good
fortune and to ward off evil spirits in Chinatown – a multicultural
village with an Asian flavor!
Chinese New Year in Toronto
Saturday February 21, 2015
February 22, 2015
Organized by the Toronto Chinatown Business
Improvement Area (Chinatown BIA), this year’s Toronto Chinatown Chinese
New Year Celebration (CNY) will be held on Saturday, February 21 and Sunday,
February 22, 2015 at both Chinatown Centre and Dragon City Mall.
2015 is the year of the Ram. The Ram is a symbol of warmth, prosperity
and gentleness. To celebrate the year of the Ram, there will be lots of
traditional Chinese New Year décor, such as lanterns, red and gold
linens, and Chinese New Year flowers. There will be different craft
centers featuring Chinese origami, Ram crown making, and Chinese
calligraphy. Also, the Toronto Zoo will be present with their Panda
Mascot to wish everyone a happy New Year. These engaging activities will
give the attendees an unforgettable experience.
So bring your family and friends to celebrate with us
For more infromation, please contact Toronto Chinatown BIA or go to the
event webstie chinatowncny.com. Thank you!
2015 is the Year of the
RAM! and what better way to celebrate than by going to a Parade?
Saturday, February 22, 2015, 11 am
The parade route is about 1.2 Km long. It starts at the Millennium Gate
on Pender Street (between Shanghai Alley and Taylor Street), proceeds east
along Pender Street, turns south onto Gore Street, turns west onto Keefer
Street and then disperses at Keefer and Columbia
Every year, Vancouver hosts
multiple Chinese New Year Events, culminating in the annual Chinese New Year Parade through historic Chinatown, a cultural extravaganza that's one of the city's biggest and best annual parades.
Organized by the
Chinese Benevolent Association of Vancouver
since 1979, the parade has grown into a must-see event in Vancouver,
attracting over 50,000 spectators and 3,000 performers, including the
largest assembly of lion dance teams in Canada.
With more than 50
lions, diverse multicultural dance troupes, the Vancouver Police
Department Motorcycle Drill Team, marching bands and more, the Chinese
New Year Parade is a celebration not to be missed.
Vancouver Lunar Fest - February 20 - 22, 2015
creation in 2009 as an arts and culture event for the 2010 Vancouver
Winter Olympics, Vancouver LunarFest has become a non-traditional
favourite among Vancouver Chinese New Year events. Dedicated to
showcasing contemporary expression in Asian arts and culture, LunarFest
honours the Lunar New Year with exhibits, performances, and free kids
activities that present multicultural Lunar New Year traditions.