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Navy Pier Global Connections: Lunar New Year Celebration

January 28, 2023 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Navy Pier AON Grand Ballroom
600 E Grand Ave
IL 60611
Navy Pier

As part of Navy Pier’s Global Connections series, the Aon Grand Ballroom will be transformed into a festive, interactive, and family-friendly Lunar New Year Celebration: Year of the Rabbit!

Lunar New Year is a celebration of the arrival of spring and the beginning of a new year on the lunisolar calendar.

Experience performances of local performances, artists, dance, traditional and contemporary music, food vendors and much more! This year, we are celebrating the New Year through the lens of AAPI cultures highlighting the next generation of Asian Americans.

Featured performances by the Flying Fairies Dance Troupe, Hao Dance. Xilin Dance, the. Chicago Talents Group, Yin He Dance, Tuvergen Band, Chinese Yo-Yo  School, PACF Performing Arts, Sama Sama, Thai Cultural Fine Arts, Korean Performing Arts Institute and more! Additional K Pop performances by Chemical X, Prism Kru, Helixx Crew and much more!

About CFAS:
The Chinese Fine Arts Society (CFAS) is a Chicago-based non-profit dedicated to promoting the appreciation of Chinese culture, enhancing cultural exchange, and pursuing excellence in Chinese music, dance, and visual arts. Since its founding in 1984, CFAS has been a leading champion of Chinese culture, bringing together people from diverse backgrounds to celebrate the beauty and majesty of both traditional and contemporary Chinese art. Find more information about the Chinese Fine Arts Society’s events at

About PACF:
The Philippine American Cultural Foundation (PACF) is not-for-profit organization formed exclusively for charitable, civic, cultural, humanitarian, educational and social services. Founded in 1996, PACF fosters and promotes increased communications, inter-action and exchange ideas among Filipino American Community and the multicultural diverse background of the public. Learn more here.

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