Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, is the most important traditional festival in Chinese culture. This Chinese New Year 2024 falls on Saturday, February 10th. Chinese New Year marks the transition between zodiac signs: 2024 will be the Year of the Dragon!
Celebrate this Chinese New Year with our traditional venue decor, live music, and captivating entertainment.
Elevate your celebrations with our beautiful traditional décor. Immerse your guests with elements of the Chinese Zodiac. In the spirit of 2024— the Year of the Dragon, anticipate dragon-themed decor! We will transform your venue with red and gold draping, table settings with intricate paper-cuts, and glowing traditional lanterns.
Red decorations are a leading theme at Chinese New Year. We bring this colour to life through vibrant lanterns, couplets, and fabrics. These elements are traditionally used to symbolise good luck and ward off evil spirits.
Host traditional Chinese cuisine tasting with our specially themed Food Carts. Chinese New Year places significant emphasis on food, with certain dishes believed to bring good luck and prosperity. Traditional Lunar New Year foods include Changshou Mian (longevity noodles) and dumplings (these resemble ancient money, symbolising wealth and prosperity!).
Invigorate your celebration with the essential spectacle of Lion and Dragon Dances, vibrant performances believed to usher in good luck, prosperity, and happiness. Create a spectacle with our Fire Breathers and Fire Performers, whose fiery artistry not only captivates guests but also symbolizes a passionate warding off of evil spirits. Add tradition and excitement with the graceful movements of our beautiful Ribbon Dancers and the mesmerizing mask-changing artistry of our Bian Lian performers.
Embrace the Year of the Dragon with the magnificent presence of our animatronic Dragon at your event. Dreygo the Dragon provides larger-than-life, interactive, walkabout entertainment who will delight children and adults of all ages. Dreygo flaps his incredible wings, breathes smoke from his nostrils, waggles his tongue, rears up, and roars for his audience. He has an incredible wing-span of 15ft, and when his wings flap they reach 12ft in the air!
Involve young guests in the festive spirit with our captivating arts and crafts Workshops. Let their creativity blossom as they delve into the intricacies of traditional paper-cutting or craft their own vibrant lanterns. Additionally, host a session of traditional Chinese games such as mahjong or Chinese chess.
Leave a lasting impression on your guests by offering them a thoughtful reminder of the event. Gift traditional hongbao (red envelopes) adorned with small tokens, ensuring your Chinese New Year celebration will be memorable.