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Los Angeles, CA, United States
5070 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90027
The 119th Golden Dragon Parade will begin at 1:00 pm.
Parade Route: Hill Street at Temple toward Bernard. Right on Bernard, right on Broadway back to Broadway & Temple.
The festival is easily accessed via Metro Gold Line rail from the Chinatown Station.
STREET CLOSURE 11AM – 4PM
* Hill Street from Bernard to Temple
* 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
1pm-3pm: 119th Annual Golden Dragon Parade will begin at the intersection of Hill Street and Ord Street. The Golden Dragon Parade is the oldest celebration of its kind in America. Please contact the Chinese Chamber of Commerce at (213) 617-0396 or lachinesechamber.org for details.
Central Plaza (943 N Broadway)
“New Chinatown” Photo Booth
Original Vintage Cutouts Circa 1940
Brush Painting with Nori Shirasu
Calligraphy by Guojian Cui
Candy Sculpture by Shinobu Ichiyanagi
Clay Sculpture by Keluo Xu
Face Painting by Tai-Ling Wong
Fruit Carving by THAIS Inc.
Arts & Craft Workshop
Capuchin Monkey (4pm-7pm)
Central Plaza Main Stage
more to come
Craft & Vintage Market
Bad Pickle Tees
Sol De Cobre
Culinary Stage (4pm-7pm) curated by Chef Royce Burke
Hosts: Felix Fang & Royce Burke
Wonton Noodles with Live Shrimp with Chef Johnny Lee (Sidekick, Taco Monster)
Ginger Claypot Chicken with Chef Royce Burke (Secret Lasagna)
Scallion Pancakes with Chef Felix Fang
Dumplings with Chef from Szechuan Impression
Steamed Fish with Chef Royce Burke (Secret Lasagna)
Pop Up Food Booth
LA Gourmet Food Trucks
Tokyo Doggie Style
Magician – Minh Tran (6pm-8pm)
Mandarin Plaza (970 N. Broadway)
Craft Beer Garden
The Far Bazaar (Vintage, Modern & Sustainable Marketplace)
LA WEEKLY Live Music Stage
Curated by Kevin Bronson of Buzzbandla.com
**Schedule subject to change without notice**
Presented by the Chinatown Business Improvement District, with support from KCRW, LA Weekly and Los Angeles Chinatown Corporation.