After 5 Centuries, the Hong Kong Lunar New Season Parade Will Take Place.
After a five-year hiatus, Hong Kong’s monthly Lunar New Year rally is expected to return, and organizers have announced that it will have the most international performing groups of all time.
About 150,000 people are anticipated to attend the event, which is scheduled for February 10 and falls on the first day of the Dragon Time. At least 30 % of attendees are expected to be visitors.
With the addition of 16 worldwide and 13 regional performance organizations, including performers from Japan, Spain, and Germany, the Hong Kong Tourism Board expressed confidence in its ability to draw both locals and visitors.
The festival, which was next held in 2019, was postponed in subsequent years as a result of anti-government demonstrations and the COVID-19 crisis. The board is still enthusiastic about the event’s success despite current declines in visitor numbers. After five decades, the Lunar New Year Parade in Hong Kong will take place.