An annual event sponsored by the Chinese American Museum and the El Pueblo Historic Monument, the Lantern Festival marks the end of the Chinese New Year/Spring Festival celebration. Visitors of all ages will find plenty to enjoy at the 13th annual Los Angeles Lantern Festival on Saturday, March 1. This year, the Chinese American Museum's signature event has extended hours--12 noon to 10 p.m.--with a full array of cultural entertainers, hands-on arts and crafts, face-painting, gourmet food trucks, museum tours, lion dancers, the majestic Silver Dragon, and much more.
In addition to delicious cuisine from some of L.A.'s most popular food trucks, adults can experience the thirst-quenching beer garden, which is being offered during the Festival for the first time.
After dark, the spotlight shines on emerging music and comedy stars, including Internet sensations, the Fung Brothers. Other talented performers scheduled to appear include D.J. Phatrick, Jenny Yang, Andrew Chiang, Jane Lui, Connie Lim, Anna Su, Alanna Lin, Jason Chu.
The Museum is located at 425 North Los Angeles Street. For additional information and details, visit our website.
Admission is free.
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