Moon Lantern Festival evolves into Moon Lantern Trail for 2021

The epic Moon Lantern Trail will take place across four days within the OzAsia Festival 2021.

Photos: Daniel Purvis

An OzAsia Festival favourite, the much-loved Moon Lantern Parade is evolving in 2021 from a one-night event to span four days of celebrations!

Starting at Adelaide Festival Centre Precinct and lighting a path to Pinky Flat, the newly imagined Moon
Lantern Trail promises an exciting new experience for families across the festival’s opening weekend.

This interactive spectacle guides audiences through the stories, histories and traditions of Mid-Autumn
Festival celebrations from across Asia, with roving performances and puppetry, interactive workshops
and live music.

Wander along at your own pace to discover over a dozen giant lanterns, including the popular 40m long
Hong Kong Dragon.

Celebrating harvest, family gatherings and the moon, this year’s Moon Lantern Trail will be beautiful to
explore during the day and truly spectacular at night. Come and see your favourite parade lanterns in
a whole new light.

The epic lantern event will take place across four days of the two week long OzAsia Festival that celebrates the best of Asian Australian talent with more than 300 artists performing for crowds.

With the OzAsia Festival 2021 will be the return of the Lucky Dumpling Market, a crowd favourite that will bring an amazing array of food options display a number of different Asian cultures.

Catch the Moon Lantern Trail at the Adelaide Festival Centre Precinct on:
Thursday 21 October & Friday 22 October 5:00pm – 10:00pm
Saturday 23 October & Sunday 24 October 12:00pm – 10:00pm

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