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2019 Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Street Party

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51523807_399340934205542_1786593209862848512_nHappy Chinese New Year to one and all, and welcome to the Year of the Pig!

February 5th marked the turn of the Chinese New Year, and Adelaide continued the celebrations well into the weekend with their 16th annual Chinatown Adelaide Lunar New Year Street Party!

Held on Saturday 9 February from midday ’till the late hours of the evening, Chinatown Plaza played host to a cultural explosion of food, drinks and entertainment for the whole family!

 

52522616_458395434696032_7754947607687856128_nThe street party festivities even burst out onto Gouger Street, with a beautifully decorated stage hosting an extensive entertainment program showcasing the talents of local Chinese musicians and dancers.

Emcees Jane Shen and Eric Ho kicked off the afternoon celebrations from 12pm – 2:15pm, whilst Stasey Guo and Baocheng Wei continued keeping crowds entertained from 2:15pm – 4:30pm.

 

51484149_378718272708298_6516891136785645568_nThe official events program commenced at 6pm, with emcees Vincent Wang and Kechen Dong (Rebecca) hosting the night’s main festivities until 7:35pm.

As the sun went down, Amanda Zhang and Matt Lazarus kept the entertainment coming as they hosted the evening events program from 7:35pm – 10pm.

 

 

51590792_439619720109986_7857058170227654656_nWith entertainment ranging from opera to K-pop, acts that graced the stage included Chinese Opera by Lily Li, a fashion catwalk by the Chinatown Qipao Ladies, K-pop dance sensations Up Tempo Dance Crew K-OTIC and a martial arts demonstration by the SA Qigong and Tai Chi Club.

The Trinity College Lion Dance Troupe shimmied their way through Gouger Street between 11:30am – 11:45am as they wowed audiences with their traditional lion dance.

 

51635340_632168867219265_1663961521216028672_nThe Chinatown Qipao Ladies strutted their stuff in the Qipao Parade from Moonta Street to Gouger Street, flaunting the latest fashions Chinatown has to offer.

Off-stage activities also included face painting and glitter tattoos, Cool 4 Kids balloon art, a meet and greet with Peggy Pig and several interactive music sessions.

Wishing one and all a safe and prosperous new Year of the Pig ahead!

 

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Catch you at another cafe,

Tayla x

 

 

 

 

 

 

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