Spring Festival 中華文化中心春節慶典
Chinese Culture Center
750 Kearny Street 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
Participant call: Be a Vendor at Spring Festival, learn more here
Chinese New Year VIP Viewing Party
Get Tickets Here
Join as a CCC Contemporary to get a discount
Ring in the Lunar New Year with the Chinese Culture Center’s (CCC) annual Spring Festival to celebrate the Year of the Dog!
CCC’s Spring Festival is the largest indoor Lunar New Year Celebration in San Francisco and features afternoon performances from a variety of artists including musicians and dancers, in addition to fun and interactive activities for all ages. New this year is Dog, Dogs, Dogs! A Lunar New Year Art Pop-up which presents artwork guest curated by Sketchpad Gallery, guest curator Leon Sun, and guest curator Pamela Ybanez. This diverse and eclectic pop-up show celebrates the new year with a fresh take on the celebration with dogs and dog-themed artworks. Hosted by the CCC Design Store, contributing partners have been invited to design individual pop-ups in the CCC gallery space, with most works available for purchase. For more information about the pop-up show.
Cal VSA Lion Dance
Tamiko Wong & Charlie Chin
Hai Yan Dance
Chinese Folk Dance Association
Ashely Yeo (Fat baby Artist)
Sandra Chen Weinstein
Virgin Beauty Designs
The Jing-Kun Project
Good AF Creations
Participant call! If you would like to be an exhibitor at the Spring Festival you can download the guideline and submit an application.
During the evening, a VIP Viewing Party of the Chinese New Year Parade from atop the Dr. Rolland and Kathryn Lowe Community Bridge will be from 5-8pm. Guests will enjoy exclusive access to tasty bites, entertainment, and a unique outdoor birds-eye view of the largest Lunar New Year parade outside of Asia. Tickets are available to the public for purchase with a special discounted rate for CCC Contemporaries.
Parking is $3 all day at the Golden Gateway Garage with validation from CCC.
For more information please call 415-986-1822 or email [email protected]
Spring Festival is supported by Grants for the Arts, Wells Fargo, CCC Contemporaries, and Way.com