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Moon Lantern Parade 2019

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Part of the hugely successful OzAsia Festival, the spectacular Moon Lantern Parade is back for 2019. Witness hundreds of hand-held lamps and more than fifty giant lanterns including a huge Hong Kong Dragon, with live music by Australian-Chinese group Emissary of Tang.

Come down early with the family. Bring a picnic rug and settle in to watch popular Adelaide community groups perform on three different stages or catch other acts as they rove around Elder Park.

Enjoy art and craft workshops and activities and explore the beautiful trail of lanterns as the atmosphere builds around Elder Park in the lead up to Australia's biggest lantern parade. All your favourite food trucks will be there, bringing delicious food and drink from around the world. Finally, a huge fireworks display will light up the city to delight young and old.

Would you like to volunteer to be involved in the staging of the parade? Get in touch with the organisers here.

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Image courtesy OzAsia Festival Facebook

The 2019 Oz Asia Festival Moon Lantern Parade is on Saturday the 19th of October at Elder Park. The park is open from 3pm and the parade kicks off at 8pm.

It's free to attend but get there early as this event is very popular!

Click here for more details.
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Why? Witness a sparkling lantern spectacle
When: Saturday 19th October 2019. 3 pm - 9 pm.
Where: Elder Park
Cost: Free
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