The oldest and largest Lunar New Year celebration in the US, San Francisco’s Chinatown hosts a week-long festival that includes a street fair, a Miss Chinatown pageant, and a spectacular night parade with floats, dragons, and firecrackers.
The Big Apple has several Lunar New Year celebrations across its boroughs, but the main one is in Manhattan’s Chinatown, where you can enjoy a street festival, a parade, and a firecracker ceremony.
The fourth-largest city in the US has a diverse and vibrant Asian community, and its Lunar New Year festivities reflect that.
The historic city of Boston celebrates the Lunar New Year with a mix of tradition and innovation.
The smallest city on this list, Spokane proves that you don’t need a big population to have a big celebration.
The City of Angels has a lot to offer for Lunar New Year lovers.
The Windy City celebrates the Lunar New Year with a variety of events and activities.
The Emerald City welcomes the Lunar New Year with a bang.
The Sin City transforms into a festive city for the Lunar New Year.
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The Aloha State celebrates the Lunar New Year with a tropical twist.
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