Welcome to San Diego Blog | January 24, 2012

San Diego Chinese New Year 2012

Downtown San Diego

The 30th Annual 2012 San Diego Chinese New Year Food and Cultural Fair is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, January 28th & 29th.

2012 celebrates the Year of the Dragon, and the downtown  blocks between 3rd and J Streets in the Marina District will be host this special event, rain or shine from 10am to 5pm both Saturday and Sunday.

In the Chinese Culture, the The dragon is a symbol of power.  It is perceived that 2012 is a special year well worth celebrating.

The San Diego Chinese New Year Food and Cultural Fair will host a multitude of entertainers and commercial vendors, showcasing the Chinese culture and cuisine.  Last year, over 25,000 people joined in the annual celebration!

There will be over 50 food and commercial booths with continuous live performances on stage, lion and dragon dancers, an Asian Story Theater, cultural displays, and educational crafts at the children area.  This will be a fun filled event for the entire family to enjoy.

 San Diego Chinese New Year Food and Cultural Fair Entertainment Schedule 2012

For a detailed schedule of entertainment, click the following hyperlink:  Chinese New Year 2012 Events Schedule

This event another reason the urban lifestyle in Downtown San Diego is so appealing!

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Drop by and say hello, we would love to have the opportunity to start a conversation about San Diego Real Estate!

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Categories: Culture, Marina District, San Diego Attractions, San Diego Events

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