The rooster is the tenth animal in the Chinese zodiac, a repeating cycle of 12 years based on the lunar calendar. The rooster represents fidelity and punctuality. People born in the year of the Rooster are:
Years of the Rooster include 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, and 2029.
The Lunar New Year marks the arrival of spring based on the lunar calendar and features many customs such as giving thanks, honoring ancestors and well-wishing friends, family members and neighbors. Each year is represented by an animal of the Chinese zodiac. In Vietnam, people celebrate the Lunar New Year by visiting their relatives, worshipping at temples and attending festivals where they let go of the troubles of the past year and hope for a better new year.
Celebratory features of the Lunar New Year can also be seen in the forms of dragon and lion dances, firecrackers, pageantry, songs, games, food aplenty and of course—the giving and spending of red envelopes containing lucky money.
Yes, the festival grounds are pet-friendly. However, to ensure the safety of all guests; please keep your pet on a leash and under control at all times. Please make sure your pet is socialized and generally non-aggressive toward people and/or other pets.
The final map of the event grounds will be released in January.
Entertainment schedule with Lion Dance show times will be added soon!
Adults (13+): $6
Children (12-3): $4.
Children ages 2 and under are free.
Yes, we accept all major credit cards. However, some vendors may not accept credit cards; there are ATMs at several locations throughout the festival grounds with applicable service fees.
You will receive a $1 discount on all admission tickets purchased on or before FEB. 2ND, 2017. Discount is also available for group purposed of 16 or more.
At the gate: There will be a $1 discount for Military, Senior Citizen or Disabled.