The Street Festival
On January 29, the City of Alhambra and the Alhambra Chamber will host the Lunar New Year Festival presented by Kia of Alhambra. The free, multi-block festival will take place on Main Street from Garfield to 2nd Street. From 9 am to 6 pm, you can enjoy two stages with entertainment and more than 100 booths providing giveaways and activities.
The Main Stage, sponsored by Central Health Plan will feature cultural performances and demonstrations including a lion dance, calligraphy instruction, cultural dances, the Candy Man, and more. Back again will be Asian Arts Talents Foundation with various performances from China, Korea, Vietnam, Japan, and other locales. The amazing Candy Man will sculpt unique animals, including dragons, live on stage.
New this year will be a dedicated Culinary Stage, sponsored by SoCal Edison, where chefs will demonstrate traditional dishes from across Asia, with samples available for attendees. This stage will also feature special guests with surprise cooking demonstrations. Another new feature of this year’s festival is the Wellness Pavilion sponsored by Optum and Wells Fargo, where attendees can get complimentary tests and information to increase their health and longevity in the new year!
Produced by the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the City of Alhambra, the Alhambra Lunar New Year Festival is presented by Kia of Alhambra, along with support from the following sponsors: San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District, Alhambra Hospital Medical Center, East Los Angeles College, Cathay Bank, US Bank, Republic Services, China Airlines, 85°C Bakery Cafe, Raising Cane's, and SoCal Edison.
The festival will take place along Alhambra's Main Street. The main stage will be located on the intersection of 2nd Street and West Main Street while the Culinary Stage will be located south of 1st Street. The Wellness Pavilion will be found along West Main Street towards Garfield Avenue while booths will be placed along the stretch of Main Street.
Main Street will be closed on January 29, 2022 from 3:00am-9:00pm from Garfield Avenue to Second Street.