Asian Festival Locations
Upcoming Asian Festivals in San Diego
~ Live Art!
~ Live cooking demo of exotic Asian cuisine
~ Cultural row with booths showcasing cultures of Asia
~ Children's interactive area
~ Asian food vendors
Happy New Year of the Pig 2019! The Tet San Diego website lists Vietnamese New Year festivals that happen in San Diego during the Vietnamese New Year. Take advantage of the festivities and immerse yourself into a weekend full of Vietnamese food, dancing, games and fun! Many cities don't have this luxury. San Diego is truly lucky.
Usually the Vietnamese New Year, also called "Tet", takes place between 1 - 2 months after the American New Year's Day.
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Lunar New Year (& Tet) Festivals List
Feb 1 - 3, 2019
Lunar New Year Festival Location #2: 2019 Tet Festival by VAYA at Mira Mesa Community ParkThis is a big annual tet festival in San Diego. Admission is FREE. There is always a large list of Vietnamese food vendors that will satisfy your taste buds. Come see the lion dance, fireworks and the pageant, as well as, other live entertainment.
Address: 8575 New Salem Street, San Diego, Ca 92126
Fri., Feb 8 2019: 5pm - 10pm
Sat., Feb 9, 2019: 11am - 10pm
Sun., Feb 10, 2019: 11am - 9pm
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Lunar New Year Festival #3: Chinese New Year at Balboa Park International Cottages
Address: 668 Pan American Road, San Diego, California 92101 (At House of China, San Diego)
Dates: Feb 9, 2019 at 11 AM – 5 PM & Feb 10, 2019 at 11 AM - 5 PM
Free admission! Come celebrate the Lunar New Year 2019 at the International Cottages with House of China, Located in Balboa Park. This is a 2 day event! House of China located in the International Cottages, Balboa Park is hosting it's special Chinese New Year Festival. Come see Chinese Culture and performances at the festival. This is a family-friendly event and it is free to the public. There will be Chinese craft vendors along with Ethnic Specialty foods. Celebrate Chinese New Year with Kung-Fu, Lion Dance, Red Envelope, Dumplings, Steamed Buns, Calligraphy, and Ethnic Dance Performances.