Dragon's Awakening Ceremony 2020
Parade & Festival
Chinese New Year
China Town | Little Bourke Street
11.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m
Don't miss the amazing Dai Loong Dragon Parade: this remarkably long and lucky beast is carried and animated by 200+ people!
The parade starts at the Chinese Museum and moves through Melbourne streets, which is open for free after the Dragon returns (from 1pm-5pm).
Throughout the day there are also lion dances, bringing good fortune to local businesses with firecrackers and drumming. Other highlights include piggy themed eating competitions, roving performers and the yearly favourite, alfresco yum cha.
In the heart of the CBD, Lunar New Year festivities will light up the city throughout the day and night.
Location⊜ Little Bourke Street Melbourne | Google Map
✆ 0418 589 778
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