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Celebrate another new year after the new year
The annual Chinese New Year fair is a free community event that welcomes in the Year of the Horse, which begins on the 31st of January 2014. The heat is no deterrent to festival goers judging by the success of last year's festival, which attracted more than 50,000 people.
The Chinese New Year fair is a family-friendly celebration catering for people of all ages. The festival showcases a huge variety of cultural entertainment and food, with over 100 stalls offering food, beverages, arts and craft, services and a whole plethora of different products demonstrating the wonderful thriving Asian community in Perth.
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Lion dances are a colourful and spectacular sight around Chinese New Year, and performances are lined up alongside street entertainment, traditional folk music, fire crackers, dancers, martial arts and much more, including a multicultural concert in the evening.
Streets in Northbridge are set to be closed off from traffic as the festival is set to take place on James Street and Chinatown. The Chinese New Year fair is a full day festival held on Sunday, the 9th of February 2014 from 10am to 9pm. Make a day of it, and see what the Year of the Horse has in offer for you.
For more details and information, see the event website.
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