January 19, 2023

source – Seattle Times 1/19/2023

AZN GLO at Neumos, Seattle – Jan. 20
A 21-and-older event starting at 9 p.m. Jan. 20; tickets are $8 with community guidelines that specify it is meant to be an inclusive space around supporting the QTBIPOC community. You can find more information about AZN GLO, the performers and tickets at: neumos.com

Lunar New Year Edmonds — Jan. 19-21
Multiple days of Lunar New Year events are taking place in Edmonds, with a free movie screening of “Enter The Dragon,” a story time day at the Edmonds Library and a winter market with performances throughout the day. Free. Main Street, Edmondslunarnewyearedmonds.com

Sammamish Lunar New Year Celebration — Jan. 21
The city of Sammamish is holding a day of celebration at Central Washington University with dragon and lion dances, performances by local artists, martial arts demonstration, booths, raffles, food trucks and more. Free. 120 228th Ave. N.E., Sammamish; sammamish.us

Lunar New Year on the Pier — Jan. 22
Head down to Pier 62 for a lion dance performance by the Mak Fai Kung Fu Dragon & Lion Dance Association that will include, weather permitting, performers balancing on a series of poles known as jongs. There will also be food trucks and local vendors. Free. 1951 Alaskan Way, Seattle; waterfrontparkseattle.org

Lincoln District Lunar New Year Celebration — Jan. 28
The annual family-friendly celebration of Lincoln District businesses and residents is taking place with lion dancers, firecrackers, local dining, food trucks, a pop-up marketplace, local DJs, a beer garden and more. Free admission. 38th Street, Tacomawww.lincolndistrict.org

Wing Luke Lunar New Year Fair — Jan. 28
This celebration hosted by the Wing Luke Museum has a wide variety of activities with lion dances, craft-making, a new Lunar New Year exhibit and more. Masks are required in all museum spaces. The lion dance performance is free to the public, but admission to the museum requires tickets; student discounts available. Purchase tickets online, prices vary. 719 S. King St., Seattle; wingluke.org

Chinatown International District Lunar New Year — Feb. 4
Live entertainment, including lion and dragon dances, cultural performances, street vendors, shopping and more are what’s in store at the annual Chinatown International District Lunar New Year celebration. Free admission. 423 Maynard Ave. S., Seattleseattlechinatownid.com

Seattle Asian Art Museum Lunar New Year Celebration — Feb. 4
This family-friendly event has a collaborative community mural, a live lion dance performance by the Mak Fai Kung Fu Dragon & Lion Dance Association, and a Lunar New Year story time as well as art-making with local artist Julie Kim. Free with suggested admission1300 First Ave., Seattle; seattleartmuseum.org