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Lunar New Year Rooftop Party


Sat 1 Feb 2020, 4:00pm–12:00am

Where: Sunnybank Plaza, Mains Rd, Sunnybank, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: ameliaoberhardt

Our annual Lunar New Year Rooftop Party returns with a stacked program of free alfresco entertainment, games, food and fun!

Held in conjunction with Brisbane City Council’s BrisAsia Festival, this year’s Lunar New Year Rooftop Party will kick off from 4pm, taking over the HOYTS Cinema Rooftop Carpark at Sunnybank Plaza and transforming it into a bustling Lunar New Year festival, inspired by celebrations held around the world.

Pull up a beanbag and enjoy a stellar lineup of live entertainers taking to the stage—including the iconic lion dancers, crashing symbols and K-pop performances. Then explore and immerse yourself in the colour and culture of our pop-up laneway, full of traditional activities including origami making, traditional tea ceremonies, calligraphy and more.

As always, the kids are well catered for, with lantern decorating, percussion workshops, face painting, giant games and much more on offer. Sideshow Alley is back and bigger than ever, with an array of games where you can test your skills for prizes. All funds raised by the games will be donated to Australian bushfire relief efforts, so you’ll be playing for a good cause.

Once you’ve worked up an appetite, make sure you grab a bite to eat from the street-hawker-style food stalls, serving an array of Korean, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Chinese BBQ and Japanese street eats and chilled authentic flavoured teas.

The star of the show will undoubtedly be the Children's Lunar New Year Lantern Parade at 6.45pm - led by a show-stopping LED chinese dragon and trio of neon lions. All children are invited to join the parade and show off the lanterns they have decorated themselves at the free workshop running throughout the evening.