Asian and Asian American Festival Events: A State-by-State Guide

Asian and Asian American Festival Events: A State-by-State Guide

Here is a state-by-state guide featuring upcoming confirmed and tentatively scheduled Asian-interest festivals and events for the remainder of 2016. Press CTRL+F to search for your state. Upcoming events that are known to be happening like K-Con have not been listed yet as dates or months haven’t been cemented yet.

Kcrush America would like to thank the organizations and sponsors who put together these events for their time during phone calls, email, and social media correspondence to determine if these events are confirmed or potentially upcoming.

Alabama

Date Time Event Location
April 9, 2016 10:30am-4:00pm Local Time Alabama Asian Cultures and Food Festival- For the 8th annual AACF Festival, begins with a traditional opening ceremony and a performance by a children’s choir. Guests can take the time to learn how to make Nepalese Rangoli, play cricket, learn about Indian film, create Japanese art, and learn about Asian fashion all while listening to taiko drum performances by Matsuriza, who are known for their Disney EPCOT performances. Also featured will be dance performances from Vietnam, Korea, Japan, Nepal, China, and India. The festival bazaar will also have art, books, and collectibles from the different countries represented, and children can take part in multiple kid-friendly activities. Guests can also try different Asian dishes at the festival’s “food court.”

 

Admission:

$8 for adults over the age of 18 and $5 for teens, college students, active military and veterans. Children under the age of 12 are free.

 

More Information:

https://www.facebook.com/alabamafestival

Zamora Shrine Temple 3521 Ratliff Road Irondale, AL 35210

Alaska

Date Time Event Location
April 15-17, 2016 8pm Local Time Friday and Saturday

4pm Local Time Sunday

The Mikado- A play that surrounds West-meets-East set in Imperial Japan and Victorian England. This satire has music and a “happy ending.”

 

More Information:

http://www.anchorage.net/event/the-mikado/35176/

 

 

Arizona

Date Time Event Location
October 2015 TBD Phoenix Arab American Festival- A two-day festival celebrating Arab culture. Experience the best the Middle East has to offer with a Hookah lounge, folk dancing, arts and crafts, food, and Middle Eastern music and performances.

 

Admission:

$5; children free

 

More Information:

http://arabamericanfestival.com/

Steele Indian School Park

300 East Indian School Road

Phoenix, AZ

November 6, 2016 Noon-6pm Local Time West Valley Island Cultural Festival- Eating contests, steel drums, fashion shows, and folk dancing top off this one-day event designed to help preserve Polynesian culture.

 

More Information:

http://www.wvislandculturalfest.com/

Glendale Adult Center

5970 W Brown St

Glendale, AZ

December 2016 TBD Arizona Asian Festival- A three-day event celebrating food, culture, and dance. Kids can try their hand at paper crafts in designated kid zones.

Admission:

$10; children 15 and under free

More Information:

http://aaaa-az.org/

Mesa Arts Center

1 E Main St

Mesa, AZ

February 2017 TBD Arizona Matsuri- Celebrate the traditions and art of Japan during this festival. Engage in cosplay and manga contests, watch archery, and goof off while karaoke singing.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.azmatsuri.org/

Heritage Square Park

115 N 6th St

Phoenix, AZ

March 2017 TBD Arizona Aloha Festival- Polynesian culture comes to life! Come see traditional Polynesian clothes, dancing, and experience traditional food.

 

More Information:

http://www.azalohafest.org/

Tempe Beach Park

Mill Ave & Rio Salado Pkwy

Tempe, AZ

 

Arkansas

Date Time Event Location
       

 

California

Date Time Event Location
March 2016 Varies Ramen Street Festival- Throughout March, check out delicious ramen dishes from restaurants across San Francisco. This festival is truly “ramen or nothing!”

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/ramen-street-festival-san-francisco-ca

Post Street in Japantown

Post St & Buchanan St

San Francisco, CA

March 2016 Varies Ramen Yokocho Festival- Like the Ramen Street Festival in San Francisco, the Arcadian festival celebrates all things ramen. Enjoy different ramen dishes and walk around the park full and happy.

 

More Information: https://www.everfest.com/e/ramen-yokocho-fest-multi-city

Santa Anita Park

285 West Huntington Drive

Arcadia, CA

March 26, 2016 11am-3:00pm Local Time RANA Bay Area Holi Celebration- The Bay area’s chapter of Rajasthan Association of North America celebrates the colorful Indian festival of renewal. The event features Indian cuisine, chai tea, music, dancing, and art as well as the famously fun color throwing.

 

Admission:

Non-RANA members: $18

RANA members: $15

Non-RANA Children: $13

RANA Children: $10

SAFA: $15

 

More Information:

http://rana.org/

Cardoza Park

N Park Victoria Dr & Kennedy Dr

Milpitas, CA

Mar 26-27, 2016 Saturday: 11am-2:30pm Local Time

 

Sunday: 3pm-6:00pm Local Time

Shreemaya Krishnadham Holi Celebration- An event celebrating Holi.

 

More Information:

http://bayvp.org/

Shreemaya Krishnadham

25 Corning Ave

Milipitas, CA

April 6-10, 2016 7pm- Midnight Local Time Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles- The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles presents a chance to see films from India while “promoting the diverse perspectives of the Indian diaspora.” The festival provides opportunities for Indian filmmakers and performers while showing off their craft.

 

Admission:

$75 ; festival passes range from $100-$1,200

 

More Information: http://www.indianfilmfestival.org/

ArcLight Cinema Hollywood

6360 W Sunset Blvd

Los Angeles, CA

April 9-10, 2016   Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival- Entering its 49th year, the NCCBF welcomes over 200,000 people in one of California’s more storied Asian-culture celebrations. Parades, food vendors, and a marketplace for goods welcome guests to come celebrate the blooming of trees, friendship, and the start of spring. In addition to these activities, learn more about Japanese doll-making, origami, and even Hello Kitty!

 

Admission:

Free; food vendors will charge

More Information:

http://sfcherryblossom.org/

Japantown

San Francisco, California 94115

April 15, 2016 TBD Stockton Cambodian Buddhist Temple New Year Celebration- Get a taste of Cambodia during the new year celebration. Experience some of Cambodia’s spiritual ceremonies and practices and try some home-cooked meals. See some of Cambodia’s traditional dances and art and experience some of the country’s traditional sound.

 

More Information:

http://www.watdhammararambuddhist.org/home0.aspx

Wat Dhammararam Buddhist Temple

3732 Carpenter Rd

Stockton, CA

April 21-28, 2016 Varies Los Angeles Asian-Pacific Film Festival- Screen different films from all across Asia and take part in seminars and panels to learn more about Asian-Pacific film.

 

Admission:

Price varies by location

 

More Information:

http://festival.vconline.org/

Multiple Venues in Los Angeles
April 23-24, 2016 April 23: 10am-11pm Local Time

April 24: 10am-6pm Local Time

Kraken Con- For the otaku, this cosplay, anime, and manga convention has everything you need to get your dose of Japanese pop culture. Take in some panels and browse merchandise counters. This year’s guests include voice actress Carrie Karanen, Korean-American actress Michaela Dietz, voice actress Colleen Clickenbeard, artist Svetlana Chmakova, and comedian David Studebaker.

 

Admission:

$20-$40

 

More Information:

http://www.krakencon.com/

Oakland Convention Center

550 10th St

Oakland, CA

April 30, 2016 1pm-5pm Local Time K-Pop Day- Celebrate all things K-Pop through music, dance, food, and a Running Man game show!

 

More Information:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/k-pop-day-tickets-22592148725?aff=es2

Northside Branch Library – 695 Moreland Way, Santa Clara, CA
April 2016 TBD Festival of the Silk Road- Enjoy performances from China, India, and the Middle East. Dance workshops and activities set up at the venue.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/festival-of-the-silk-road-san-jose-ca

Mexican Heritage Plaza Theater

1700 Alum Rock Ave

San Jose, CA

April 2016 TBD Stockton Nagar Kirtan- A parade, traditional food, and Sikh traditions make up this festival. While it’s one of the largest Sikh gatherings in the country, the public can join.

 

More Information:

http://www.stocktongurdwarasahib.org/

Gurdwara Sahib Stockton

1930 S Grant St

Stockton, CA

May 1, 2016 TBD Nikkei Matsuri- Folk music, kimono demonstrations, flower arranging, and bonsai demonstrations are all part of Nikkei Matsuri. In addition to these activities, enjoy shopping, aikido demonstrations, and musical performances in a day full of fun and culture.

 

More Information:

http://www.nikkeimatsuri.org/

San Jose Japantown
May 7, 2016   Korea Times Music Festival- Hallyu comes to the West Coast at this annual festival. See performances by some of today’s biggest K-Pop stars as well as traditional performances. This year’s lineup includes Red Velvet, Wax, SHINee, Yoon Mi-Rae, Tiger JK and Bizzy, FTIsland, AOA, The Barberettes, and Wheesung, with many other Korean celebrities in tow.

 

Admission:

$30-$300

 

More Information:

http://ktmf.koreatimes.com/

Hollywood Bowl

2301 N Highland Ave

Los Angeles, CA-

May 7, 2016 10am-6pm Local Time Asian Cultural Festival of San Diego- May is Asian American History Month, and what’s a better way to celebrate than to visit the Asian Cultural Festival of San Diego? Learn more about Asian-Pacific islanders and the Chinese zodiac while enjoying anime art showcases, martial arts, food trucks, and live stages. This year brings new activities including a beer garden, video game tent, and an anime booth.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://asianculturalfestivalsd.com/#&panel1-1

 

Mira Mesa Community Park

8575 New Salem St

San Diego, CA

May 7, 2016 9am-5pm Local Time San Diego Dragon Boat Festival- Celebrate traditional dragon boat racing on water, while absorbing Asian and Pacific Islander traditions on land.

 

More Information:

http://www.sdalliance.org/index.php?section=1

Tecolote Shores North Park

1740 E Mission Bay Dr

San Diego, CA

May 12, 2016 5:30pm-9pm Local Time Dragon Boat Festival Celebration- Sacramento’s Chinese-American community celebrates the Double Fifth summer solstice holiday with performances. There is also an annual youth writing competition.

 

More Information:

http://www.ocasacramento.org/DragonBoatFestivalCelebration

DoubleTree by Hilton

2001 Point West Way

Sacramento, CA

May 14, 2016 10am-5pm Local Time Irvine Korean Cultural Festival- Crafts, performances, art, and music come together to show off Korean culture.

 

More Information:

http://irvinekoreanfestival.com/

Irvine Civic Center

1 Civic Center Plaza

Irvine, CA

May 14, 2016   Pacific Rim Street Fest- Asian and Pacific Islander communities come together to embrace their cultures through art demos, performances, and martial arts demos.

 

More Information:

http://www.pacificrimstreetfest.com/

Downtown Plaza

1100 Front St

Sacramento, CA

May 21, 2016 TBD Locke Asian Pacific Spring Festival- This yearly festival celebrates Chinese culture with a traditional lion dance, martial arts, food, and even calligraphy demonstrations. While it’s a small festival, it is family-friendly.

 

Admission:

Free

More Information:

http://www.locke-foundation.org/events/festivals/

Along Main Street

13916 Main St

Walnut Grove, CA

May 21, 2016 All Day Asian Heritage Street Celebration- This festival celebrates contemporary and traditional Asian art ranging from street art to folk art. Enjoy food and performances while browsing what the festival has to offer.

 

More Information:

http://www.asianfairsf.com/

Civic Center Plaza

Larkin St between Fulton & Grove St

San Francisco, CA

May 27-28, 2016 TBD Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival- View films of “cultural significance” by Asian and Asian American film artists. Discuss the films and talk to the creators to learn more about the films’ creations and backgrounds.

 

More Information:

http://www.sapff.org/

Guild Theater

2828 35th Street

Sacramento, CA

May 2016 TBD Taiwanese American Cultural Festival- An annual event, the Taiwanese American Cultural Festival invites people from the Bay Area and all over the world to learn more about Taiwanese culture. Get to know the Taiwanese people, ask questions, and explore what the culture has to offer.

 

Admission:

Varies

 

More Information:

http://tafestival.org/

Union Square

333 Post St

San Francisco, CA

June 4, 2016 11am-6pm Local Time Santa Cruz Japanese Cultural Fair- One of California’s largest Japanese communities come together to promote and celebrate traditional and contemporary Japanese culture through zen, kimonos, art, and food.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.jcfsantacruz.org/

Mission Plaza Park

103 Emmett St

Santa Cruz, CA

June 2016 TBD Filipino Fiesta of Sacramento- This festival and carnival brings together the Filipino community every year. Witness a parade, beauty pageants, career and health fairs that bring together and help the Filipino community.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/filipino-fiesta-of-sacramento-sacramento-ca

Jose Rizal Community Center

7320 Florin Mall Dr

Sacramento, CA

July 1-4, 2016 Varies Anime Expo- One of the US’ busiest and most popular anime expos, lovers of Japanese culture come to engage in cosplay, panels, art, and share their love for anime and manga.

 

Admission:

$25 (children)-$375

 

More Information:

http://www.anime-expo.org/

Los Angeles Convention Center

1201 South Figueroa Street

Los Angeles, CA

July 15-17, 2016 Varies Sacramento Japanese Film Festival- This exclusively Japanese film festival features animation, short films, documentaries, and feature films by Japanese film directors.

 

More Information:

http://www.sacjapanesefilmfestival.net/

 
July 22-24, 2016 TBD San Francisco J-Pop Summit- Since July 2009, San Francisco has celebrated Japanese pop culture with this summit. The summit celebrates J-Pop, Japanese fashion, anime, manga, art, games, technology, film, Japanese travel, food, and the latest trends in Japan. Enjoy cosplay and dance contests as well as food and sake tastings. For an Otaku, this is the equivalent of a Japanese pop culture Disney World!

 

More Information:

http://www.j-pop.com/

Fort Mason Center

San Francisco, CA

July 2016 TBD Bay Area Naadam Festival- A celebration of Mongolian culture experienced through Mongolian-style wrestling, archery, tug-of-war, song, dance, and traditional cuisine.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/bay-area-naadam-festival-san-francisco-ca

Hellman Hollow at Golden Gate Park

50 Overlook Dr

San Francisco, CA

August 5-6, 2016 TBD Nihonmachi Street Fair- The talents of the Japantown’s locals are put on display during this festival.

 

More Information:

http://www.nihonmachistreetfair.org/

Japantown

201 Jackson Street

San Jose, CA

August 13, 2016 11am-5pm Local Time Pistahan Parade and Festival- A parade of traditional Filipino costumes, decorations float down the street while vendors sell Filipino goods.

 

More Information:

http://www.pistahan.net/

Yerba Buena Gardens

750 Howard Street

San Francisco, CA

August 13-14, 2016 3pm-10pm Local Time Gardena Buddhist Church Obon Festival & Bon Odori- Take part in the Buddhist tradition of honoring the dead then celebrate during this event.

 

More Information:

http://www.gardenabuddhistchurch.org/events/

 

Gardena Buddhist Church

1517 166th Street

Gardena, CA

August 13-21, 2016 Varies Nisei Week- Many activities are on display during this weeklong event that includes World Gyoza Eating Championship, a ball, car show, Taiko drummers, martial arts, and a fashion show among other family-friendly fare.

 

More Information:

http://www.niseiweek.org/

Little Tokyo

301-345 East Temple Street

Los Angeles, CA

August 2016 TBD San Diego Korean Film Festival- Korean films are on display during this multi-day festival. Take part in a Q&A and enjoy the wonders of K-Cinema.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/san-diego-korean-film-festival-san-diego-ca

UltraStar Mission Valley

7510 Hazard Center Dr

San Diego, CA

August 2016 TBD Stockton Obon Odori & Cultural Bazaar- Stockton’s Buddhist community and traditions are celebrated during a two-day event featuring a parade, traditional music, food, performances, and crafts.

 

More Information:

http://stocktonbukkyotaiko.org/

Stockton Buddhist Temple

2820 Shimizu Drive

Stockton, CA

August 2016 TBD Samahan Philippine Cultural Arts Festival- The Filipino community comes together to show off their culture while preserving their unique traditions for youths. Learn Tagalong and the national dance of the Philippines, Tinikling.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/samahan-philippine-cultural-arts-festival-san-diego-ca

Balboa Park

1549 El Prado

San Diego, CA

August 2016 TBD Japan Film Festival of San Francisco- See Japanese films and talk to Japanese actors and film creators and learn more about the rich Japanese film scene.

 

More Information:

http://jffsf.org/

NEW PEOPLE Cinema

1746 Post Street

San Francisco, CA

August 2016 TBD Japanese Food & Cultural Bazaar- Experience Taiko drums, tea ceremonies, Ikebana, and odori during this bazaar.

 

More Information:

http://www.buddhistchurch.com/events/Bazaar.htm

Sacramento Buddhist Church

2401 Riverside Boulevard

Sacramento, CA

August 2016 TBD Stockton Filipino Barrio Fiesta- During this two-day affair, authentic cuisine, dancing, and Filipino designers and models come together to show their stuff and have fun.

 

More Information:

http://www.visitstockton.org/events/annual-events/

Filipino Plaza

1 East Market Street

Stockton, CA

August 2016 TBD San Francisco Festival of India & Parade- An annual celebration of Indian culture and heritage features a parade, health booths, food, dancing, and music.

 

More Information:

https://www.fogsv.org/

Fremont Central District

24010 Walnut Avenue

Fremont, CA

August 2016 TBD Oakland Chinatown Street Festival- Celebrate and embrace China’s historical past and bright future during this festival. Experience some of China’s traditions while browsing booths from over 200 vendors.

 

More Information:

http://www.oaklandchinatownstreetfest.com/

Oakland’s Chinatown District between Broadway and Harrison Street from 7th to 11th Streets

399 9th Street

Oakland, CA

September 25-26, 2016 TBD Pacific Islander Festival- Celebrate Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia’s traditions and culture during a two-day festival filled with music, dance, and hand-crafts.

 

More Information:

http://www.pifasandiego.com/

Ski Beach at Mission Bay Park

1499 Vacation Road

San Diego, CA

September 2016 TBD San Francisco International Dragon Boat Festival- See over 120 dragon boats race for victory!

 

More Information:

http://www.sfdragonboat.com/

Treasure Island

852 Avenue D

San Francisco, CA

September 2016 TBD Cambodia Town Film Festival- See films from Cambodian and Cambodian-American filmmakers.

 

More Information:

http://cambodiatownfilmfestival.com/

Art Theatre of Long Beach

2025 E 4th St

Long Beach, CA

September 2016 11am-6pm Local Time San Francisco Chinatown Autumn Moon Festival- The Chinese and Vietnamese communities come together to celebrate the harvest moon. Experience nearly 1000 years of tradition to celebrate autumn.

 

More Information:

http://www.moonfestival.org/

Grant Avenue in Chinatown

798 Grant Avenue

San Francisco, CA

September 2016 TBD OACC Harvest Moon Festival- Celebrate autumn’s arrival with performances and stories from Indonesia, Pacific Islands, and North India.

 

More Information:

http://oacc.cc/

Oakland Asian Cultural Center

388 9th St

Oakland, CA

October 7-16, 2016 Varies Arab Film Festival- This year, the Arab Film Festival turns 20. This grand event allows viewers to see films from and about the Middle East.

 

More Information:

http://www.arabfilmfestival.org/

Multiple Locations in San Francisco
October 2016 TBD Pacific Asia Museum Festival of the Autumn Moon- Entering its 39th year, artisans and donors come together to welcome the harvest.

 

More Information:

http://www.pacificasiamuseum.org/index.aspx

Pasadena Convention Center

300 E Green St

Pasadena, CA

October 2016 TBD Filipino American International Book Festival- Celebrate literacy and Filipino talents in art and literature. Entering its fourth year, guests can take part in book signings and attend film screenings.

 

More Information:

http://pawainc.com/filbookfest/

San Francisco Public Library

100 Larkin Street

San Francisco, CA

November 2016 TBD San Diego Asian Film Festival- Films from across Asia and from Asian Americans are featured.

 

More information:

http://festival.sdaff.org/2015/

Multiple Locations in San Diego
November 2016 TBD SCCF Asian Performing Arts Festival- Held by the Sacramento Chinese Cultural Foundation, the festival promotes Chinese culture and performance for all to see. Enjoy Kung Fu, face painting, and traditional Chinese dancing.

 

More Information:

http://www.sccfsac.org/

Crest Theatre

1013 K St

Sacramento, CA

November 2016 TBD IASJC Diwali Celebration- Celebrate Diwali in Stockton with authentic cuisine and performances.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/iasjc-diwali-celebration-stockton-ca

Ronald E. McNair High School

9550 Ronald E McNair Way

Stockton, CA

November 2016 TBD Stockton Hmong New Year- Folk dancing, traditional and modern music, and arts and crafts from the Hmong community are on display.

 

More Information:

http://lfcempowerment.org/shny/Home/tabid/591/language/en-US/Default.aspx

San Joaquin County Fairgrounds

1658 S Airport Way

Stockton, CA

 

Colorado

Date Time Event Location
March 25-27, 2016 Varies Animeland Wasabi- Lovers of Japanese pop culture converge to enjoy cosplay, anime, games, and manga. Artist alleys and panels are also part of the event that has a lot to offer!

 

More Information:

http://animelandwasabi.com/

Ramada Plaza Denver

10 E 120th Ave

Northglenn, CO

June 2016 TBD Hello Kitty’s Supercute Friendship Festival- A traveling theater show that celebrates Hello Kitty and friendship rolls into Colorado.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/hello-kitty-s-supercute-friendship-festival-multi-city

Denver Coliseum

4600 Humboldt St

Denver, CO

September 4-6, 2016 Varies Nan Desu Kan- Otakus come to enjoy this anime and manga convention. Enjoy dance parties, panels, art, and gaming tournaments.

 

Admission:

Start at $40

 

More Information:

http://ndkdenver.org/

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

1550 Court Place

Denver, CO

November 2016 TBD Colorado Springs Diwali- The Hindu “Festival of Lights” celebrates the good over evil. Join in the celebration while enjoying different aspects of Indian culture.

 

More Information:

https://www.coloradocollege.edu/

McHugh Commons at Colorado College

1090 N Cascade Ave

Colorado Springs, CO

 

Connecticut

Date Time Event Location
August 20, 2016 TBD Riverfront Dragon Boat & Asian Festival- Enjoy 60 teams racing for glory while guests enjoy food and fun on land.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

https://www.facebook.com/Riverfront-Dragon-Boat-Asian-Festival-575040369277411/?fref=nf

Mortensen Riverfront Plaza Hartford, CT

 

Delaware

Date Time Event Location
March-December 2016 10:am-5pm Local Time Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia- Discover how Asia influenced Colonial American art.

 

Admission:

$50-$20; children under 2 free

 

More Information:

http://www.winterthur.org/madeintheamericas

5105 Kennett Pk (Rt 52)

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Wilmington, DE

 

 

Florida

Date Time Event Location
April 30, 2016 TBD Tampa Bay International Dragon Boat Races- Teams from around the world race in traditional-style dragon boats.

 

More Information:

https://www.panamdragonboat.com/

Garrison Channel

Tampa, FL

April 2016 TBD Miami International Dragon Boat Festival- Miami celebrates the time-honored tradition of dragon boat racing with a modern-day twist. Teams race Hong Kong-style boats while spectators cheer them on.

 

Admission:

Free for spectators

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/miami-international-dragon-boat-festival-key-biscayne-fl

Miami Rowing Club

3601 Rickenbacker Causeway

Key Biscayne, FL

April 2016 TBA India International Film Festival Tampa Bay- This three-day event features films from India including animation, documentaries, and short films. Discussion panels provide insight on the world of Indian film.

 

More Information:

https://www.facebook.com/IndianFilmFest/

Muvico Centro Ybor 20

1600 E 8th Ave

Tampa, FL

October 8, 2016 10am-5pm Local Time Experience Asia- Traditional and contemporary dance and musical performances as well as arts and crafts are on display for this one-day festival.

 

More Information:

http://www.asiantlh.org/

Lewis and Bloxham Parks

299 East Park Avenue

Tallahassee, FL

October 15, 2016   Morikami Museum Lantern Festival- The festival celebrates the souls of ancestors. See the floating lanterns and enjoy different elements of Japanese culture.

 

Admission:

$9-$15

 

More Information:

http://morikami.org/cultural-programs/lantern-festival/

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

4000 Morikami Park Rd

Delray Beach, FL

October 2016 TBD Wasabicon- Cosplay, anime, video game, comic book, paranormal, and science fiction fans call this convention home during the two-day event. The convention is entering its fifth year.

 

More Information:

http://www.wasabicon.com/

Jacksonville Marriott

4670 Salisbury Rd

Jacksonville, FL

November 2016 11am-10pm Local Time Tampa Bay India Festival- Celebrate India Bollywood style! Local Indian chefs share authentic cuisine, while performers dance and sing during this colorful party.

 

Admission:

$10; children 10 and under $5

 

More Information:

http://www.indiafestivaltampa.com/

Florida State Fairgrounds

4800 US Hwy 301 N

Tampa, FL

 

Georgia

Date Time Event Location
April 2-3, 2016 April 2: 10am-7pm Local Time

April 3: 11am-6pm Local Time

Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival- While the festival is still fairly new, there is still plenty to do! Enjoy the beauty of the sakura trees while enjoy family-friendly activities, a 5K, and an arts and crafts market.

 

More Information:

http://www.brookcherryfest.org/

Blackburn Park

Atlanta, GA

April 23-24, 2016 April 23: 11:00 am – 7pm Local Time

 

April 24: 12:00 pm – 6 pm Local Time

Atlanta Arab Festival- Join the festivities celebrating Arab culture. Listen to poetry, get henna tattoos, eat authentic cuisine, and enjoy lively dancing and performances during the two-day event.

 

Admission:

$5; children under 12 free

 

More Information:

http://www.alifinstitute.org/index.php/events-programs/atlanta-arab-festival

ALIF Institute

3288 Marjan Dr

Atlanta, GA

May 7, 2016 9am-5pm Local Time Uptown Columbus Dragon Boat Festival- Dragon boat racers compete against each other while raising money for local organization.

 

More Information:

http://www.uptowncolumbusdragonboat.com/

Chattahoochee RiverWalk

701 Front St

Columbus, GA

May 26-29, 2016 Varies Momocon- Anime, gaming, and comic book fans come together to share enjoyment of their hobbies.

 

Admission:

$42-$70

 

More Information:

http://www.momocon.com/

Georgia World Congress Center

285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW

Atlanta, GA

May 2016 TBD Panihati: A Festival of Bliss- Witness a glorious parade with chariots and glitz, then marvel at Indian handicrafts and vegetarian Indian food.

 

More Information:

http://www.iskconatlanta.com/

ISKCON Atlanta Hare Krishna Temple

1287 S Ponce De Leon Ave NE

Atlanta, GA

September 29-October 2, 2016 Varies Anime Weekend Atlanta- One of the country’s largest anime conventions features cosplay contests, game rooms, retail space, panels, workshops, and a ball.

 

Admission:

$45-$60

 

More Information:

http://awa-con.com/

Multiple Locations in Atlanta

206 Washington Street Southwest

Atlanta, GA

October 6-22, 2016 TBD Atlanta Asian Film Festival- Called the “largest festival of its kind in the South East,” the Atlanta Asian Film Festival is several days of films and documentaries from Asian filmmakers. Enjoy films and live performances during this weeks’ long event.

 

Admission:

Tickets go on sale in July

 

More Information:

http://atlaff.org/

Multiple Locations in Atlanta

206 Washington Street Southwest

October 2016 TBD Atlanta Korean Fest- Korean and Korean-American heritages are on display featuring traditional food, performances, and comedy among other activities. Suwanee Town Center Park

330 Town Center Avenue Northwest

Suwanee, GA

 

Hawaii

Date Time Event Location
June 10-12, 2016 TBD Pan-Pacific Festival- Performances from different Pan-Pacific cultures across the Pacific Rim including Hawaiian, Japanese, Korean, Thai and Filipino delight fans. These cultures and Hawaiian cultures combine for a unique experience.

 

More Information:

http://www.pan-pacific-festival.com/

Multiple Locations on and around Kalākaua Avenue

Kalākaua Ave & Kaʻiulani Ave

Honolulu, HI

July 1-3, 2016 TBD Tahiti Fête- Celebrate the traditions of Tahitian dance through lively performances and competition.

 

More Information:

http://www.tahitifete.com/

Hilo, HI
July 2016 TBD Korean Festival Hawaiʻi- The festival celebrates the Korean community living in Hawaii. Folk dancing, K-Pop performances, and authentic Korean food help top off the event.

 

More Information:

http://www.koreanfestivalhi.com/en/

Magic Island

1365 Ala Moana Blvd

Honolulu, HI

September 2-4, 2016 9am-8pm Local Time Okinawan Fest- Okinawan, Japanese and Hawaiian cultures combine for three days of performance, cultural awareness, calligraphy, and fun.

 

More Information:

http://www.okinawanfestival.com/

Kapiʻolani Park

2738-2778 Monsarrat Avenue

Honolulu, HI

October 2016 TBD UH Hilo Barrio Fiesta- The University of Hawaii’s Hilo campus throws this annual event to celebrate Filipino Heritage Month.

 

More Information:

http://hilo.hawaii.edu/

Campus Center Plaza at University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo

200 West Kawili Street

Hilo, HI

November 2016 TBD Pacific Island Arts Festival- 100 artists come together to share their artwork and sell pieces to the public.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/pacific-island-arts-festival-honolulu-hi

Kapi’olani Park

2748 Monsarrat Ave

Honolulu, HI

 

Idaho

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Illinois

Date Time Event Location
April 1-14, 2016 TBD Foundation for Asian American Independent Media Asian American Showcase- Since 1995, the FAAIM Showcase allows Asian American artists a chance to showcase their cinematic pieces to help further the voice of the Asian American community. Watch movies, engage in a Q&A session with the artists, enjoy exhibits, and view concerts while helping these artists realize their dreams.

 

More Information:

http://www.faaim.org/showcase-2016/

Gene Siskel Film Center

164 N State St

Chicago, IL

April 15, 2016 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM local Time Club K: K-Pop Dance Party Spring 2016- Hosted at Columbia College Chicago by Hangook, Columbia’s Korean student organization, and Chinese Student and Scholars Association, this dance party is a K-Pop fusion open to the public.

 

Admission:

$6.27; Columbia College students free with valid ID

 

More Information:

The HAUS – 623 S Wabash Ave First Floor, Chicago, IL
April 16-28, 2016 Varies Chicago Palestine Film Festival- Palestinian filmmaking and storytelling take the spotlight during this multi-day film festival featuring feature films, documentaries, and short films.

 

More Information:

http://palestinefilmfest.com/

Gene Siskel Film Center & Moraine Valley Community College Fine Arts Theater Building

164 N State St

Chicago, IL

May 20-22, 2016 10am May 20-8pm May 22 Local Time Anime Central- The Midwest and Chicago’s largest anime convention welcomes anime fans for two days of gaming, cosplaying, and fun.

 

More Information:

http://www.acen.org/

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

5555 N River Rd, Rosemont, Illinois

May 2016 TBD Eye on India- This festival features the best of Indian literary, visual and performing arts.

 

More Information:

http://eyeonindia.com/

Multiple Locations in Chicago

300-310 South Federal Street

Chicago, IL

July 2016 TBD Chinatown Summer Fair- Enjoy a traditional lion dance procession, a petting zoo, live music, dancing, and food. The event attracts nearly 50,000 guests a year.

 

More Information:

http://www.chinatownspecialevents.org/

Chinatown

255 West 23rd Street

Chicago, IL

August 12-14, 2016 Varies Ginza Fest- Experience master Waza crafters and purchase kimonos, dry goods, origami, and jewelry while enjoying different aspects of Japanese culture.

 

More Information:

http://ginzaholiday.com/

Midwest Buddhist Temple

435 W. Menomonee St.

Chicago, IL

September 2016 TBD Kriti Festival- Speakers, theatre, film, and vocal performances are on display during the event focusing on Southern Asian culture.

 

More Information:

http://kritifestival.org/

University of Illinois at Chicago

750 S Halsted St

Chicago, IL

September 2016 TBD Chicago South Asian Film Festival- Films focusing on the South Asian diaspora are shown during the event.

 

More Information:

http://www.csaff.org/

Showplace ICON Theater, Evanston Public Library, & Gallery Bar

1011 South Delano Court

Chicago, IL

 

Indiana

Date Time Event Location
September 23-25, 2016 TBD Ramencon 2016- Northwest Indiana’s anime and manga convention returns for more fun and excitement. Guests include Jad Saxon, the Harp Twins, and Samurai Dan and Jillian. Featured artists include Ranefea, Sanzaki Kojika, and Toxic Star Studio. Panels, gaming, and screening rooms available.

 

More Information:

http://www.ramencon.com/

Radisson Holiday Star Plaza

800 E 81st Ave

Merrillville, IN

September 2016 Noon-6pm Local Time Indianapolis Chinese Festival- Learn about and enjoy Chinese culture while taking part in this lively festival. See traditional Chinese outfits, dances, and even dragon and lion dancers. Additionally, enjoy authentic moon pies in celebration of the Chinese Moon Festival.

 

More Information:

http://www.indianapolischinesefestival.com/

American Legion Mall

700 North Pennsylvania Street

Indianapolis, IN

 

Iowa

Date Time Event Location
April 16, 2016 8pm-11pm Local Time Bollywood Ball- Live sitar performances, Bollywood fashions, and Indian food come together for a night of fun and passion. Guests are encouraged to wear Bollywood fashion to the event.

 

Admission:

$80 (ticket plus parking)

 

More Information:

http://www.cultureall.org/bollywood-ball.aspx

100 Locust Street

Des Moines, IA 50309

 

Kansas

Date Time Event Location
October 2016 TBD Wichita Asian Festival- Crafts, performances, and food top this festival that celebrates different Asian backgrounds. Everyone is invited to come and talk to performers and vendors to learn more about different cultural backgrounds.

 

More Information:

http://indoasian.org/

Century II Convention Hall

225 W Douglas Ave

Wichita, KS

 

Kentucky

Date Time Event Location
June 25-26, 2016 Varies Fiesta Filipina- Commemorating Philippine Independence, Fiesta Filipina showcases Filipino culture, food, music, and games.

 

More Information:

http://www.filipino-association.org/calendar/showevent.asp?_id=65

Filipino Cultural Center

9810 West 79th Street

Overland Park, KS

July 8-10, 2016 Varies Anime Festival Wichita- A three-day event celebrating all things anime. Game tournaments, dancing, anime films, and vendors alike celebrate this con’s 11th year.

 

Admission:

$12-$45

 

More Information:

http://www.afwcon.org/

Hyatt Regency

400 West Waterman Street

Wichita, KS

August 2016 TBD Kansas City India Fest- Celebrate the history and culture of India with vendors, art, and performances.

 

More Information:

http://iakc.org/

Overland Park Convention Center

6000 College Blvd

Overland Park, KS

October 2016 TBD Kansas City Japan Festival- Learn about and engage in Japanese culture through tea ceremonies, sumo, anime, music, and martial arts.

 

More Information:

http://www.kcjapanfestival.org/

Johnson County Community College

12345 College Boulevard

Overland Park, KS

 

Louisiana

Date Time Event Location
October 2016 TBD New Orleans Japan Festival- This highly interactive festival brings Japanese culture to life through origami demonstrations, performances, meditation, and cosplay.

 

More Information:

http://www.japansocietyofneworleans.org/

The New Orleans Museum of Art

Collins Diboll Circle

New Orleans, LA

 

Maine

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Maryland

Date Time Event Location
April 3, 2016 9:30am Local Time Holi for All- Celebrate Holi and watch a 5K among other fun activities.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://holiforall.com/

Howard County Living Farm

12985 MD-144

West Friendship, MD

April 9, 2016 11am-5pm Local Time Holi DC- Enjoy simple fun and forget who you are at Holi DC. Celebrate life, love, friends, family, and food and get lost in the family-friendly atmosphere while celebrating color, spring, and renewal.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://holidc.com/

10310 Oaklyn Dr

Potomac, MD

May 2016 TBD Rathyatra – Chariot Festival- This event honors Lord Krishna with chariots representing Lord Jagannatha, Lady Subhadra and Lord Balarama. The chariots are pulled through the streets in this grand affair.

 

More Information:

http://iskconbaltimore.org/rath-yatra

McKeldin Square on the Corner of Pratt & Light Streets

Light St & E Pratt St

Baltimore, MD

August 2016 TBD ASET Muslim Food Fest- Enjoy Muslim food from top chefs and foodies during this event. Experience a chicken wing eating contest and a Guinness Book of World Records attempt at the largest kabob.

 

More Information:

http://muslimfoodfest.com/

Islamic Society of Baltimore

6631 Johnnycake Rd

Windsor Mill, MD

September 2016 TBD Janmashtami Mela & Expo- Indian culture is on display through lively performances and chats. The event also provides the community a chance to showcase goods and services.

 

More Information:

http://www.baltimorefest.com/news/28-janmashtami-mela-expo-2015

Meadowbrook Athletic Complex

5001 Meadowbrook Lane

Ellicott, MD

 

Massachusetts

Date Time Event Location
April 24, 2016 11am-6pm Local Time Japan Festival Boston- As New England’s largest Japanese festival, don’t expect to be disappointed. Engage in a cosplay contest, have Japanese snacks, and learn more about bon-odori. Come have fun and enjoy a taste of Japan!

 

More Information:

http://www.japanfestivalboston.org/

Boston Common

139 Tremont St

Boston, MA

August 2016 TBD August Moon Festival- A dragon parade, authentic cuisine, and performances help usher in the August moon.

 

More Information:

http://quincyasianresources.org/event/august-moon-festival/

Hancock Street by Quincy Center

1223 Hancock Street

Quincy, MA

September 2016 TBD New England Indonesian Festival- Since 2013, this festival celebrates Indonesian heritage. Enjoy fashion, music, and dance from the nation.

 

More Information:

http://www.neindofest.com/

Copley Square

560 Boylston Street

Boston, MA

October 20-23, 2016 TBD Boston Asian American Film Festival

View a range of films by Asian and Asian American film makers and take the time to learn more about Asian culture.

 

Additional Information:

http://www.baaff.org/

Multiple Locations in Downtown Boston

 

Michigan

Date Time Event Location
November 3-6, 2016 8pm November 3-6pm November 6 Local Time Youmacon- Detroit’s anime and manga convention returns for another year. Considered one of the fastest growing conventions, Youmacon invites fans to enjoy Japanese pop culture as well as other pop culture geekery!

 

More Information:

http://www.youmacon.com/

Cobo Center and the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center

 

Minnesota

Date Time Event Location
July 9-10, 2016 10am-5pm Local Time Dragon Festival- Ceremonial and theatrical dancing as well as other performances take the stage for two days.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.dragonfestival.org/

Lake Phalen and Lake Phalen Park, Saint Paul, MN

 

Mississippi

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Missouri

Date Time Event Location
August 19-21, 2016 August 19: 6pm-10pm  Local Time

 

August 20: Noon-10pm Local Time

 

August 21: Noon-6pm Local Time

Kansas City Ethnic Enrichment Festival- Different cultures and communities come together to celebrate their backgrounds and heritages during the three-day event.

 

Admission: $3; children under 12 free

 

More Information:

http://eeckc.net/events/ethnic-enrichment-festival/

Swope Park

7800 Oldham Road

Kansas City, MO

 

Montana

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Nebraska

Date Time Event Location
October 2016 TBD Autumn and Japanese Ambience Festival- Japanese horticulture and soothing traditional music welcome guests to see chrysanthemums on display.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/autumn-and-japanese-ambience-festival-omaha-ne

Lauritzen Gardens

100 Bancroft Street

Omaha, NE

October 2016 TBD Omaha Ramen Fest- Drink beer and enjoy jazzed up ramen dishes. Turner Park

3101 Dodge St

Omaha, NE

 

Nevada

Date Time Event Location
April 3-5, 2016 11am-Midnight Local Time April 3 & 4

11am-10pm Local Time April 5

Pinoy Pride Celebration Filipino Festival and Carnival- Celebrate Filipino heritage with this rockin’ festival that features food, fun, and music. The Pinoy Pride Celebration brings guests closer to Filipino culture while getting a chance to meet and greet different celebrities. See performances by Natalie Kalei, New Age Tribe, Junior Rupley, De Dios Sisters, Sophia Ramos, and many more!

Admission:

April 3: $10 general admission; $8 seniors, active military, children, and veterans; children 5 and under free

 

April 4: $15 general admission; $12 seniors and military; $8 children. Children under 5 free. VIP tickets $99.

 

April 5: Free admission

 

More Information:  http://www.pinoypridelv.com/

200 S. 3rd St. and Carson Ave.

Las Vegas, NV

April 14-17, 2016 April 14-15: 5pm-Midnight Local Time

 

April 16: Noon-Midnight Local Time

 

April 17: Noon-10pm Local Time

Pure Aloha Festival- Enjoy the colors and party atmosphere of Polynesian cultures during this four-day event filled with music, food, and fun Las Vegas-style!

 

Admission:

$8; $6 for children ages 5-10, military, and senior citizens

 

More Information:

http://vizzun.com/

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

3700 W Flamingo Rd

Las Vegas, NV

April 23, 2016 10am-4pm Local Time Festival of Colors- Celebrate India through the Festival of Colors. Not only do you get to participate in Holi events, but enjoy live stages from Tk & Nam Rock Band, Malini, and Dharma Beats among other main stages available during the festival.

 

Admission:

$5

 

More Information:

http://www.festivalofcolorsusa.com/festival-of-colors/festival-colors-las-vegas-nv/

Sunset Regional Park 2601 E Sunset Rd

Las Vegas, NV 89120

April 30, 2016 11am-9:30pm Local Time Las Vegas Indian Food & Cultural Festival- Experience the vibrancy of Indian culture through celebrity interaction, food, performances, and community outreach.

 

Admission:

$5; children 12 and under free

 

More Information:

http://www.lasvegasmela.com/

Clark County Ampitheater

500 S Grand Central Pkwy

Las Vegas, NV

May 7, 2016   Springs Preserve ‘Ohana Festival- Usher in Asian, Asian American, and Polynesian Heritage Month with hula dancing, music, a luau, and a tiki beer garden.

 

Admission: $5; children under 2 free

 

More Information:

https://www.springspreserve.org/apps/event/details.cfml?id=480

Springs Preserve

333 S Valley View Blvd

Las Vegas, NV

May 2016 TBD Las Vegas Fiesta Filipino- The goal of Las Vegas Fiesta Filipino is to bring Nevada’s large Filipino community together through food, fun, and joy. One of the goals is to teach Filipino traditions to younger generations.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/las-vegas-fiesta-filipino-las-vegas-nv

Sammy Davis Jr. Festival Plaza, Lorenzi Park

720 Twin Lakes Dr

Las Vegas, NV

October 7-9, 2016 TBD Las Vegas Lebanese American Festival- Traditional food and dance as well as raffles make this evening for everyone.

 

More Information:

http://www.lebaneseamericanfestivallv.org/

St. Sharbel Catholic Church

10325 Rancho Destino Road

Las Vegas, NV

October 8-9, 2016 TBD Rose Regatta Dragon Boat Festival- Watch dragon boats race while guests and participants raise money and support breast cancer research.

 

More Information:

http://www.roseregatta.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1154105

Lake Las Vegas Resort & Marina

30 Strada Di Villaggio

Henderson, NV

October 14-15, 2016 TBD Final Fantasy XIV Festival- Engage in panels with game designers, cosplay, and play your favorite game series.

 

More Information

 

Paris Las Vegas

3655 S Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV

October 2016 TBD LUCKYRICE Las Vegas Night Market- Top chefs create contemporary Asian food and cocktails to share the many flavors of Asian cuisine.

 

More Information:

http://luckyrice.com/

Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan

3708 S Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV

 

New Hampshire

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

New Jersey

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

New Mexico

Date Time Event Location
May 1, 2016 10am-4pm Local Time New Mexico Festival of Asian Cultures- There is a lot of activity crammed into this one-day event. Learn about and explore Chinese, Japanese, Cambodian, Hawaiian, Filipino, Lao, Korean, Indonesian, Thai, Nepali, and Vietnamese cultures through food, dance, music, and art.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.visitalbuquerque.org/abq365/events/detail/Festival-of-Asian-Cultures/25227/

New Mexico Veterans’ Memorial Park

1100 Louisiana Blvd SE

Albuquerque, NM

September 2016 TBD New Mexico Aki Matsuri- Modeled after Japan’s traditional fall festivals, Aki Matsuri has a car show, cosplay events, music, food, and other entertainment.

 

More Information:

http://www.nmjacl.org/

National Hispanic Cultural Center

1701 4th Street Southwest

Albuquerque, NM

 

New York

Date Time Event Location
April 8-10, 2016 TBD 6th Old School Kung Fu Fest- Gather friends and spend three days watching classic Hong Kong Kung Fu films during this action-packed festival. Persians and Iranians celebrate “nowuz,” or “new day” to welcome spring.

 

Admission:

$15; $12 for children and seniors

 

More Information:

http://www.subwaycinema.com/oldschool16/

Metrograph 7 Ludlow St

New York, NY

April 17, 2016 Noon-2pm Local Time New York Persian Parade- Different cultures and people of Persian descent come together to celebrate Persian pride.

 

More Information:

http://nypp.org/

Madison Avenue between 38th and 26th Streets

Madison Ave & E 32nd St

New York, NY

April 30, 2016   NYC Holi Hai- Commemorate the Hindu holiday of Holi by enjoying colors and celebrating good over evil.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza

2nd Ave & E 47th St

New York, NY

April 29-May 4, 2016 Varies US Kadampa Festival- Listen to the teachings of Buddha Vajrapan during this spiritual guidance retreat.

 

More Information:

http://www.kadampafestivalus.org/

Kadampa Meditation Center New York City

127 W 24th St

New York, NY

May 7-14, 2016 Varies 16th Annual New York Indian Film Festival-Films from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bhutan are represented during this annual film festival. For five days, a variety of films will keep viewers entertained.

 

Admission:

TBD

 

More Information:

http://www.iaac.us/NYIFF2016/index.htm

Multiple Locations
June 19, 2016 Noon-4pm Local Time Egg Rolls, Egg Creams and Empanadas Festival – Chinese, Spanish, and Jewish cultures collide in this unique event. Learn Chinese calligraphy and see Chinese acrobats while learning Yiddish and making Puerto Rican masks among man other events.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.eldridgestreet.org/events/

The Museum at Eldridge Street (Eldridge Street Synagogue)

12 Eldridge St

New York, NY

June 22-July 9, 2016   New York Asian Film Festival- View films from Pakistan, India, and East, and Southeast Asia. Listen to guest speakers and learn more about the films that highlight elements of Asian culture.

 

More Information:

http://www.subwaycinema.com/

Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center

144 West 65th Street

New York, NY

July 14-24, 2016 TBD Japan Cuts- A celebration of modern Japanese filmmaking including avant-garde films. Enjoy snacks and drinks between films.

 

More Information:

http://www.japansociety.org/page/programs/film/japan-cuts-2016-coming-soon

Japan Society

333 East 47th Street

New York, NY

September 2016 TBD New York Muslim Day Parade- A parade, bazaar, and a food festival are all part of a da celebrating Muslim cultures from Asian, Africa, and across the globe.

 

More Information:

http://muslimdayparade.com/

Madison Avenue Starting from 38th Street

248 Madison Avenue

New York, NY

September 2016 TBD MOCA Mid-Autumn Moon Festival- Held in observance of Vietnamese and Chinese harvest celebrations. Make different crafts, appreciate art, and enjoy moon cakes.

 

More Information:

http://www.mocanyc.org/

Museum of Chinese in America

215 Centre Street

New York, NY

September 2016 TBD New York City Dumpling Festival- A food fest featuring dumplings of all shapes and sizes hailing from Israel, Japan, China, Poland, and the Southern US. The event plays host to a dumpling eating competition each year.

 

More Information:

http://www.dumplingfestival.com/

Sara D. Roosevelt Park

10 Stanton Street

New York, NY

October 16, 2016 TBD Diwali at Times Square- The celebration of lights and new beginnings is back in Times Square this year. Bollywood stars, Indian cuisine, and lights highlight the one-day event.

 

More Information:

http://diwalitimessquare.com/

Times Square
October 2016 TBD New York Korean Day Parade- Modern pop music, traditional music, and a traditional Korean percussion ensemble celebrate New York’s annual Korean Day.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/new-york-korean-day-parade-new-york-ny

Manhattan Mall

Ave of the Americas & W 32nd St

New York, NY

November 2016 TBD Asian Music Festival-  This one-day fest focuses on today’s hot Asian music. Korean hip-hop and rap usually take center stage.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/asian-music-festival-new-york-ny

Stage 48

605 W 48th St

New York, NY

November 2016 TBD Other Israeli Film Festival- Films from Israel’s minority groups are on display. Watch movies, listen to panels, and take part in a Q&A with the film makers.

More Information:

http://otherisrael.org/

Multiple Locations in New York
November 2016 TBD New York Arab-American Comedy Festival- A celebration of Arab-American comedians, playwrights, filmmakers and actors.

 

More Information:

http://www.arabcomedy.org/

Gotham Comedy Club

208 W 23rd St

New York, NY

November 2016 TBD South Asian International Film Festival- Films from Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal play. A Q&A session with casts and crews also planned.

 

More Information:

http://saiff.org/2015/

SVA Theatre

333 W 23rd St

New York, NY

 

North Carolina

Date Time Event Location
April 16, 2016 11am-4pm Local Time East Meets West Food Festival- Cultural performances and cuisine shine during this festival celebrating Asian and European cultures.

 

More Information:

http://eastmeetswestmorrisville.org/

Town Hall Drive in Morrisville

260 Town Hill Dr

Morrisville, NC

April 23, 2016 11am-7:30pm Local Time North Carolina Persian Festival- Iran’s cultural heritage is celebrated via vendor booths, performances, Persian rugs, and historical films.

 

More Information:

http://www.ncpersianfestival.com/

Kerr Scott Building, North Carolina State Fairgrounds

1025 Blue Ridge Rd

Raleigh, NC

April 2016 TBD Charlotte Bon Odori Festival- Celebrate and learn about the ancestral customs of the Japanese Bon dance. See dancers perform and learn moves of your own while enjoying authentic cuisine, drum circles, tea ceremonies, aikido.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.geocities.jp/jaclttest/eindex.html

Wells Fargo Atrium Plaza

301 S Tryon St

Charlotte, NC

May 14, 2016 8am-5pm Local Time Charlotte Asian Festival and Dragon Boat Festival Race- Asian food, arts and crafts, a beauty contest, and boat racing cap off this event celebrated by the Carolinas.

 

More Information:

http://www.charlottedragonboat.com/

Ramsey Creek Park

18441 Nantz Rd

Cornelius, NC

September 17, 2016 TBD Triangle Area Dragon Boat Festival- The event embraces Chinese culture with dragon boat racing, cuisine, and different land activities.

 

More Information:

http://dragonboatnc.wix.com/festival

Koka Booth Amphitheatre

8003 Regency Parkway

Cary, NC

September 17-18 2016 September 17 Noon to 8pm Local Time

 

September 18 Noon to 7pm Local Time

Charlotte Festival of India- A two-day celebration of Indian art, culture and cuisine. Check out Charlotte Indian Idol that features Indian singers and Bollywood performances.

 

Admission:

$5 (online price); $7 (at festival); children under 10 free

More Information:

http://indiafestival.iacofcarolinas.org/index.php/home/the-20th-festival-of-india

Knight Theater

422 South Tryon Street

Charlotte, NC

September 2016 TBD Cary Eid Festival- This event covers two of the Muslim faith’s most celebrated holidays– Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha—with art, performances, a food drive, and film screenings. The event is open to all backgrounds and faiths.

 

More Information:

http://www.nceidfestival.org/

Cary Arts Center

101 Dry Ave

Cary, NC

 

North Dakota

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Ohio

Date Time Event Location
May 14-15, 2016 TBD Cincinnati Asian Food Festival- Entering its sixth year, the Cincinnati Asian Food Festival celebrates all things Asian food. Enjoy different vendors and try new things.

 

Admission:

Free admission; vendors vary

More Information:

http://www.asianfoodfest.org/

Washington Park

1230 Elm St

Cincinnati, OH

May 28-29, 2016 May 28: 10am-8pm Local Time

May 29: 10am-6pm Local Time

Columbus Asian Festival- As one of Ohio’s biggest Asian festivals, the Columbus Asian Festival provides family-friendly fun and excitement if you’re willing to fight the crowds. The festival features a welcoming gala, dragon boat races, performances, a health pavilion, cultural exhibits, and ping-pong. There’s plenty to see and do that will keep you engaged during the two-day event.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://asian-festival.org/

Franklin Park

1755 E Broad St

Columbus, OH

June 2016 TBD A Taste of Lebanon- Experience traditional, home-cooked Lebanese food such as  falafel, hummus, stuffed grape leaves, and kibbe.

 

More Information:

http://www.staparish.org/

St. Anthony of Padua Church

2530 Victory Pkwy

Cincinnati, OH

August 2016 TBD India Festival- Discover more about India through this fun festival that promotes cultural awareness. This is the largest Indian festival in Ohio.

 

More Information:

http://www.indiafestival.org/

The Celeste Center at the Ohio Expo Center

717 East 17th Avenue

Columbus, OH

 

Pennsylvania

Date Time Event Location
April 11-17, 2016 Varies Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia- See the cherry blossoms in full bloom while enjoying the sights in the City of Brotherly Love. The week-long festival features a 10K, arts and crafts booths, martial demonstrations, and live music.

 

Admission:

Varies per event and location; check brochure for information

 

More Information:

http://subarucherryblossom.org/documents/2016cbfbrochure.pdf

Multiple Locations
June 25-26, 2016 10am June 25-10pm June 26 Local Time KPOP-alypse-KON 2016- A convention celebrating Korean pop culture including music, film, and TV. Engage in karaoke and visit many vendors during the two-day event.

 

Admission:

$15-$70

 

More Information:

https://www.facebook.com/kpopalypsekon/info/?tab=page_info

International House Philadelphia Conference Center

3701 Chestnut St.

Philadelphia, PA

June 2016 TBD Islamic Heritage Festival- Celebrate Islamic culture from Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa in an event that involves, performances, food, games, and a parade. This event is part of Philadelphia’s diversity and acceptance initiative.

 

More Information:

http://www.delawareriverwaterfront.com/

Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing

139 North 2nd St

Philadelphia, PA

June 2016 TBD Korean School Music Festival- The Dasom Korean Academy and Korean School Teachers Association of Philadelphia presents a festival starring their students.

 

More Information:

http://www.philadasom.org/

Dasom Korean Academy

11047 Bustleton Ave

Philadelphia, PA

September 2016 10am-10pm Local Time Lantern Moon Festival- Welcome fall by celebrating this Chinese and Vietnamese festival of lights to show thanks for a bountiful harvest.

 

More Information:

http://www.leeway.org

Washington Avenue between 4th and 6th Streets

Washington Ave & 5th St

Philadelphia, PA

October 1, 2016 Starts at 8am Local Time Philadelphia International Dragon Boat Festival- Colorful dragon boats dot the water and race for bragging rights.

 

More Information:

http://www.philadragonboatfestival.com/

Fairmount Park

2098 North 33rd Street

Philadelphia, PA

November 2016 TBD Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival- Asian and Asian-American filmmakers come together to share their crafts with the public.

 

More Information:

http://www.phillyasianfilmfest.org/

Multiple Locations in Downtown Philadelphia

 

Rhode Island

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

South Carolina

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

South Dakota

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Tennessee

Date Time Event Location
April 9, 2016 Cherry Blossom Walk: 9am-10am Local Time

Festival: 10am-5pm Local Time

Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival: The festival celebrates the friendship between Japan and the United States every year. The goal is to plant 1,000 sakura plants across the Nashville area. Enjoy the Taste of Japan food vendors, Ginza Marketplace, and J-Funland, or just walk among the blossoms for a scenic tour.

 

Admission:

 

More Information:

http://nashvillecherryblossomfestival.org/

Nashville Public Square

1 Public Sq

Nashville, TN

 

Texas

Date Time Event Location
March 26, 2016 Noon-5pm Local Time Houston HOLI: Festival of Colors- In India, Holi celebrates rebirth and the emergence of spring as well as love between family and friends.

Celebrate Holi Texas style! The Houston Holi event is the largest in the United States. Now heading into the sixth year, the Houston festival “symbolizes good over evil.” Listen to music and dance while throwing colored powder with friends, family, and strangers. Indian crafts will be available and food will be served throughout the day, and a traditional bonfire will light the way.

 

Admission:

$10; Children under 7 are free

 

More Information:

http://www.houstonholi.com/

Houston Farm & Ranch

1 Abercrombie St

Houston, TX

March 26, 2016 3pm-8pm Local Time Rang Barse Holi Rain Festival- Take part in Holi and the Holi Rain Dance during this event. Authentic Indian food will be served. The event features a live DJ and children’s activities to keep everyone engaged.

 

Admission:

Early Bird: $5 for adults and children 13 and older; children under 13 are free

Day-Of: $10

 

More Information:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rang-barse-holi-rain-dance-tickets-20873201307

Elizabeth Milburn Park

Cedar Park, Texas 78613

March 26, 2016 Noon-9pm Local Time Holi Mela- Celebrate Holi at the Austin Hindu Temple. The festival will feature music, colors, food, and cultural programs.

 

More Information:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1544207129243467/

Austin Hindu Temple & Community Center

9801 Decker Lake Rd, Travis, Texas 78724

April 9, 2016 11am-8pm Local Time South Asian New Year Festival- This festival, or Pohela Boishakh” as it’s also known, is now in its 15th year. The festival features live dancing and music as well as activities that celebrates the flavors of South Asia. Stop by, get a henna tattoo or taste ethnic food or try ethnic clothing.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.sasianfest.com/

https://www.facebook.com/events/332223780234544/

Hillside Theater at Zilker Park

2201 Barton Springs Rd

Austin, TX

April 14-16, 2016 April 14 7pm-11pm Local Time

 

April 15 11am-11pm Local Time

 

April 16 11am-5pm

Vietnamese Martyrs Crawfish Festival- Traditional Vietnamese song and dance performances, basketball competitions, a talent show and a chicken wing eating contest round out a festival that celebrates crawfish eating.

 

More Information:

http://www.vnmartyrs.net/

Vietnamese Martyrs Church

10610 Kingspoint Rd

Houston, TX

April 15-17, 2016 6pm April 16-10pm April 17 Local Time Indie Meme Film Festival- In its inaugural year, the Indie Meme Film Festival is the “first South Asian film festival in Austin, Texas.” The festival features short films, feature films, and documentaries from India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan and promises fun for both families and mature audiences.

 

Admission:

Members: $36

Non-Members: $45

 

More Information:

http://www.indiememe.com/imffaustin.html

The Marchesa Hall & Theatre

6226 Middle Fiskville Rd, Austin, Texas 78752

April 16, 2016 10:30am-4:30pm Local Time TaiwanYES Houston- Designed to help promote Taiwanese culture, TaiwanYES offers food, fun, and culture to the Houston area to show what Taiwan and its people are all about.

 

More Information:

http://www.taiwanyeshouston.com/

Taiwanese Association of America, Houston Chapter

5885 Point W Dr

Houston, TX

April 16-17, 2016 All Day Houston Japan Festival- Bring your cosplay gear and celebrate Japan at the Houston Japan Festival. Take part in a tea ceremony, watch martial arts, and see what different vendors have to offer. The festival is considered an outreach event, so go out and make some friends! This year’s headliner is J-Pop star Chii Sakurabi.

 

More Information:

http://www.houstonjapanfest.org/

Hermann Park Conservancy

6201 Hermann Park Dr

Houston, TX

April 30-May 1, 2016 9am-4pm Local Time Dragon Boat Festival- Japanese, Chinese and Hawaiian cultural dances, and Asian games and food are part of an event celebrating the traditional activity of dragon boat racing.

 

More Information:

http://www.atxdragonboat.com/

Festival Beach at Lady Bird Lake

5 Chicon St

Austin, TX

May 7, 2016 10:30am-5:00pm Local Time Plano AsiaFest- Cultures from Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Bangladesh, India, and Nepal collide for this celebration of all the flavors Asia has to offer. Besides food, vendors, and martial arts, learn about Asian medicines and Asian writing and languages

 

More Information:

http://www.asianamericanheritage.org/default.asp

Haggard Park

901 E 15th St

Plano, TX

May 7-8, 2016 8:30am-4:00pm Local Time Houston Dragon Boat Festival- Enjoy this annual boat-racing tradition while experiencing Asian and Asian-American culture.

 

More Information:

http://www.texasdragonboat.com/

Brooks Lake at Fluor

1 Fluor Daniel Dr

Houston, TX

May 14, 2016 11am-6pm Local Time Dallas Asian Festival- This event celebrates over 20 different Asian cultures through food, dance, music, and shopping. Take the time to enjoy Asian culture in your own home town.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.asianfestdallas.com/

Fair Park

1121 1st Ave

Dallas, TX

May 15, 2016 8:30am-6:00pm Local Time DFW Dragon Boat, Kite and Lantern Festival- Boat teams sprint 250-meters to glory in an event honoring Chinese tradition. Following the boat races, fly kites and lanterns to top off a fun day.

 

More Information:

http://dfwdragonboatfestival.com/

Lake Carolyn at the Las Colinas Urban Center

600 Las Colinas Blvd E

Irving, TX

June 3-5, 2016 Varies Project: A-Kon- An annual Japanese pop culture convention that embraces anime, manga, and gaming culture. Meet and greets, panels, vendors, and music artists help create a fun and memorable experience. This year, Steam-Powered Giraffe, Season of Ghosts, and Yousei Teikoku perform. This is the oldest running anime convention in the United States.

 

Admission:

$20-$60

More Information:

http://www.a-kon.com/

Hilton Anatole Hotel

2201 N Stemmons Fwy

Dallas, TX

June 2016 TBD Himalayan Festival USA- One of the United States’ only festival celebrating Himalayan heritage. Food, music, games,  pageants, and art are showcased during the event as well as the crowning of Miss Bhutan.

 

More Information:

http://www.himalayanfestivalusa.com/

Crowne Plaza Hotel

8686 Kirby Drive

Houston, TX

July 14-21, 2016 TBD Asian Film Festival of Dallas- See films created by Asian and Asian-American filmmakers. This award-winning festival returns for its 15th year.

 

More Information:

http://www.asianfilmdallas.com/

Angelika Film Center

5321 East Mockingbird Lane

Dallas, TX

August 12-15, 2016 Varies Anime Fest- A convention celebrating anime, manga, and other Japanese pop culture. Chikashi Kubota will be the Guest of Honor this year.

 

Admission: Starts at $40

More Information:

https://animefest.org/

Sheraton Dallas Hotel

400 N Olive St

Dallas, TX

September 2016 TBD Dallas Fort Worth Japanese Fall Festival- An enrichment festival filled with entertainment, food, and music to welcome in the fall.

 

More Information:

https://www.everfest.com/e/dallas-fort-worth-japanese-fall-festival-dallas-tx

Dallas Japanese Association South Side Parking Lot

4100 Alpha Rd

Dallas, TX

October 2016 TBD Lebanese Food Festival- Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church invites you to enjoy three days of traditional Lebanese food and culture.

 

Admission:

Free

More Information:

http://ourladylebanon.com/

Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church

719 University Place

Lewisville, TX

October 2016 TBD El Paso Indian Food Festival- Discover India through this festival that places the spotlight on food, art, dancing, and music.

 

More Information:

http://epindianfoodfestival.com/

Cleveland Square Park

510 N Santa Fe St

El Paso, TX

November 4-6, 2016 10am-5pm Local Time Japanese Garden Fall Festival- Walk the gardens while viewing sword demonstrations, martial arts, and tea ceremonies during this two-day event.

 

Admission:

$8; children 4-12 $5; children under 3 free

More Information:

http://www.fwbg.org/events/

Fort Worth Botanic Garden

3220 Botanic Garden Blvd

Fort Worth, TX

November 2016 TBD Austin Asian American Film Festival- Designed to entertainment and educate, the Austin Asian American Film Festival welcomes the public to view films by Asian Americans.

 

More Information:

http://aaafilmfest.com/

Marchesa Hall

6406 N. IH 35

Austin, TX

November 2016 TBD Diwali San Antonio- An Indian celebrate commemorating good over evil featuring a parade, crafts, and fireworks. Alamo Plaza

300 Alamo Plaza

San Antonio, TX

 

Utah

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Vermont

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Virginia

Date Time Event Location
May 2016 TBD BuddhaFest- A four-day celebration promoting peace, compassion, and spiritual awareness through meditation, talks from spiritual leaders, and promoting a healthy mind and life.

 

More Information:

http://www.buddhafest.org/

Artisphere’s Spectrum Theatre

1611 N Kent St

Arlington, VA

September 2016 TBD Arabfest- Food, music, and dance showcase the beautiful aspects of Arab culture. The all-ages festival has plenty of food and performances to keep everyone full and happy.

 

More Information:

http://arabfest.org/

Bull Run Regional Park

7700 Bull Run Drive

Centreville, VA

 

Washington

Date Time Event Location
April 22-24, 2016 TBD Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival- Since 1976, the Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival celebrates the Pacific Northwest’s rich Japanese community. Besides cherry blossoms, martial arts, and traditional music, guests can view films, see traditional Japanese drama performances, have fun with puppets, take in origami contests, and hear lectures.

 

More Information:

http://www.cherryblossomfest.org/

Seattle Center

305 Harrison St

Seattle, WA

May 27-30, 2016 TBD Northwest Folklife Festival- Performances represented by different cultural groups from Asia, Europe, and Africa come together to show off their abilities.

 

More Information:

http://www.nwfolklife.org/festival2016/

Seattle Center

305 Harrison St

Seattle, WA

June 4-5, 2016 TBD Pagdiriwang Philippine Festival- The event celebrates Philippine independence. Traditional music and dance are on display, and the public can interact with different people and exhibits to learn more about Philippine culture.

 

Admission:

Free

 

More Information:

http://www.festalpagdiriwang.com/

Seattle Center

305 Harrison St

Seattle WA

July 16-17, 2016 TBD Seattle Dragon Fest- Seattle’s Pan-Asia community comes together for a weekend-long festival. Enjoy food from Chinatown and listen to Japanese Taiko drums among other family-friendly activities.

 

Admission:

$2 food walk

 

More Information:

http://cidbia.org/events/dragon-fest/

Chinatown-International District

409-499 Maynard Avenue South

Seattle, WA

July 16-17, 2016 July 16 4pm-10pm Local Time

 

July 17 3pm-8pm Local Time

Seattle Betsuin Bon Odori Festival- Guests are encouraged to wear Japanese attire like kimonos in order to observe Odon customs.

 

More Information:

http://seattlebetsuin.org/index.php/bon-odori-festival/

Seattle Buddhist Church

1427 South Main Street

Seattle, WA

July 30, 2016 9am-5pm Local Time Seattle Dragon Boat Festival and Race-  Live music and hands-on activities are part of this annual dragon boat racing event.

 

More Information:

http://seattledragonboatfestival.net/

South Lake Union Park

860 Terry Avenue North

Seattle, WA

July 2016 TBD Chinatown-ID JamFest- Live musical performances from local artists, a food fest, and karaoke are just a handful of offerings for this third-Thursday event.

 

More Information:

http://www.wingluke.org/jamfest

Multiple Locations in Seattle

909 5th Avenue

Seattle, WA

August 2016 TBD Seattle Tibet Fest- Games, Tibetan cuisine, dancing, educational opportunities, and herbal remedy workshops are the focus of the festival celebrating and embracing Tibetan culture.

 

More Information:

http://tibet.washingtontibet.org/

Seattle Center

305 Harrison Street

Seattle, WA

August 2016 TBD Washington Arab Festival- Arab Americans and African, Asian, and Middle Eastern Arabs come together to celebrate their culture and background. Take the time to learn more about Arabian culture.

 

More Information:

http://arabcenterwa.org/?page_id=377

Seattle Center

305 Harrison Street

Seattle, WA

September 2016 TBD Bellingham Chinese Culture Festival- This classy affair celebrates Chinese music and songs with performances by a symphony orchestra.

 

More Information:

http://chineseculturefestival.org/

Bellingham High School

2020 Cornwall Ave

Bellingham, WA

September 2016 TBD Thai Festival Seattle- The Thai community comes together to celebrate their culture and share it with the public.

 

More Information:

http://www.thaiwashington.org/

Northgate Mall Parking Lot

401 Northeast Northgate Way

Seattle, WA

November 2016 TBD Seattle Hmong New Year Celebration- Ring in the Hmong New Year during this event. The Hmong community from Laos, China, and Thailand invite you to a marketplace to enjoy shopping, food, and fun.

 

More Information:

http://hmongofwa.org/

Seattle Center

305 Harrison St

Seattle, WA

 

Washington DC

Date Time Event Location
March 20-April 17, 2016 All Day National Cherry Blossom Festival- In 1912, Tokyo City Mayor, Yukio Ozaki, gifted sakura trees to Washington DC as a symbol of positive relations between the US and Japan. That gift blossomed to over 3,000 trees in 2016. Walk around the DC area to see the trees in bloom. Enjoy balloons, parades, marching bands, fashion shows, and sushi and sake during the event.

 

More Information:

http://www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org/

Throughout Washington, DC
April 2, 2016 10am-4:30pm Local Time Blossom Kite Festival- Celebrate cherry blossom season by flying colorful kites and watching Rokkaku battles.

 

More Information:

http://www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org/blossom-kite-festival/

Washington Monument

2 15th St NW

Washington DC

April 16, 2016 10:30am-6pm Local Time 56th Annual Sakura Matsuri Japanese Street Festival- Coinciding with the National Cherry Blossom Festival, the Sakura Matsuri Street Festival features live Japanese dance and musical performances, Japanese crafts, and martial arts. One of the highlights includes learning how to make simple Japanese dishes at home.

 

Admission:

$10

Children under 12 free

More Information:

http://www.sakuramatsuri.org/

Capitol Riverfront Neighborhood

M St SE & New Jersey Ave SE

Washington DC

May 21-22, 2016 8:30am-2:30pm Local Time Washington D.C. Dragon Boat Festival- Sponsored by the sponsored by the Chinese Women’s League, this boat racing competition celebrates Chinese culture and heritage.

 

More Information:

http://www.dragonboatdc.com/

Thompson Boat Center

2900 Virginia Ave NW

Washington DC

 

West Virginia

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

Wisconsin

Date Time Event Location
April 3-21, 2016 Varies Milwaukee Muslim Film Festival- Films about Muslim heritage and the countries from which the Muslim faith dominates. Talk to filmmakers during a Q&A and learn more about the films and the countries from which they hail.

 

More Information:

http://mmfilmfest.com/

Milwaukee Art Museum – Lubar Auditorium

700 N Art Museum Dr

Milwaukee, WI

July 30, 2016 TBD Milwaukee Dragon Boat Festival- An event that embraces Chinese culture and traditions through boat racing and special activities.

 

More Information:

http://www.milwaukeedragonboatfest.org/

Veterans Park

1010 North Lincoln Memorial Drive

Milwaukee, WI

 

Wyoming

Date Time Event Location
No Asian-interest festivals listed at this time.

 

 

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