This year's event program is packed with fun, family-friendly activities including workshops to learn Korean pop (K-Pop) dance moves and to make your own Year of the Pig mask. 

Official Opening: Main Stage, 5pm - 6pm

  • MC Andy Trieu, from SBS PopAsia
  • Welcome to Country from Uncle Chris Tobin
  • Lord Mayor of Parramatta, Cr Andrew Wilson
  • Eye dotting ceremony
  • Lion and Dragon dance from the Sydney Youth Dragon & Lion Dance Troupe
  • Firecrackers

Main Stage Entertainment: 6pm - 9.30pm

  • Aust Soong Ching Ling Foundation Arts Group 
  • Pollets Martial Arts 
  • Australian International Elite Cultural & Arts Centre 
  • Sydney Chinese Dance Group 
  • Sydney Youth Dragon & Lion Dance Troupe 
  • Australian International Elite Cultural & Arts Centre (AIECAC) 
  • Culture Of DancE (CODE) 
  • Sydney Chinese Folk Art 
  • Song Min Sun Dance Academy  
  • Nan Tien Buddhist Temple 
  • GLOSS (K-Pop group)
  • 6IXX (K-Pop group)
  • Dancekool (K-Pop hip hop dance battles)


Lunar craft workshops: Lunar Land, 5pm – 8.30pm

  • Colour and create your Year of Pig face mask 
  • Create a red pocket with artist Garry Trinh
  • Lantern making with artist Dacchi Dang
  • Chinese knotting with artist Ling Halbert

Fruit carving workshops: Lunar Land, 5pm – 9pm

  • Learn the art of fruit carving from William Song

Dance workshops: Centenary Square, 5pm – 8.30pm 

  • 5pm - 5.30pm - K-Pop workshop with GLOSS
  • 6pm - 6.30pm - K-Pop workshop with 6IXX
  • 7pm - 7.30pm - Dancekool workshop
  • 8pm - 8.30pm - Dancekool workshop 

Eat and Drink

Lunar Lounge (bar): Centenary Square, 5pm – 9.30pm

Food stalls: 5pm – 9.30pm

  • Grab tasty food and drinks from food stalls. 
  • Read the list of stalls and menus 

Fireworks finale: Roof of Town Hall, 9.30pm

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Photo: K-Pop dance group 6IXX will perform and run free dance workshops