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The Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade & New Year’s Day Firecracker Ceremony was founded in 1999 to provide New York’s Chinese American community with a large scale celebration on par with those in San Francisco and Los Angeles. In recent years it has suppressed it, the event has grown into a New York City-wide affair and New York’s biggest winter tourist attraction, luring thousands of visitors from all over the United States and the world. With the dog parade 4 years ago and 3 years ago the Pig race, 20 colorful floats, 20 antique cars, 1000 cultural performers & 1000 marches participating making the parade more exciting. Last year, a record 500,000 spectators flooded the streets of Chinatown to welcome the year of the Ox. A truly pan-Asian spectacle, the Parade features cultural performers and organizations from all across Asia, including China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and Hispanic dancers, bands and cultural floats.


11th Lunar New Year Parade & New Year’s Day Firecracker Ceremony

The 2010 Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade & New Year’s Day Firecracker Ceremony will be incorporating a special theme into its programs. The inaugural theme is “Chinatown, New York City,” which serves to emphasize the vital role that Chinatown plays in the diversity, culture and economy of the city.

The Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade & New Year's Day Firecracker Ceremony is comprised of the following events:


New Year's Day Firecracker Ceremony & Cultural Festival


Date: Sunday, February 14th, 2010

Time: 11 AM - 3PM

Location: Columbus Park (Intersection: Mulberry St, Park Row, & Bayard St.)

Transportation: Conveniently located in the heart of Chinatown, within walking distance from subways & buses and near Holland Tunnel, Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, and all out of town buses.



The 11th Lunar New Year Parade & Festival 2010


Date: Sunday, February 21th. 2010

Time: 11:30AM – 4PM

Starts at Little Italy and goes through the main streets of Lower Manhattan/Chinatown (Mott, Canal, Bowery, Chatham Square, East Broadway, Allan, & Grand St.) and ends at the Lower East Side on Grand St by Sara Roosevelt Park.

Cultural Festival & Booth: Sara Roosevelt Park (Canal & Forsyth St) One block from major subway system, next to Manhattan Bridge, nearby all out of town buses, and surrounded by major market place.


Other events Planned

  • Lunar New Year Special Journal – 10,000 copies will be distributed to Asian American Community Organizations, businesses and NYC & Co members’ outlet

Major Sponsor's logos will be displayed prominently at all these events