Celebrate the Year of the Dragon at the Lunar New Year celebration at Stone Mountain Park this February!
Stone Mountain Park is known for their awesome festivals, and this one is no different.
This fun festival will feature a special Drone and Light show, a new parade, craft activities, live entertainment, and some of your favorite Stone Mountain Park attractions.
The second annual Lunar New Year Festival will take place at Stone Mountain Park on the last three weekends in February. This festival will pay tribute to the culture and traditions of Korea, China, Vietnam, and other countries that follow the lunar calendar. It’s the largest Lunar New Year Festival in the southeast, and it’s full of fun and excitement.
The Lunar New Year Festival will take place from 4-9pm on the following dates:
- February 10-11
- February 17-19
- February 24-25
During the festival, you can visit popular Stone Mountain Park attractions and special entertainment. Attractions available during the festival include Dinosaur Explore, Dinotorium, Mini-golf, and the 4-D theater. (Please note that the Summit Skyride will not be available as it is undergoing maintenance.)
After you’ve had your fill of attractions, it’s time to celebrate the Lunar New Year!
In the Crossroads area of Stone Mountain Park, you’ll find live performances, craft activities, storytelling and puppets, dance and drum exhibitions, and more.
At 7:30pm, the NEW expanded lighted parade through Crossroads will take place! You’ll see the parades led by dancers in traditional dress, as well as the Dragon and Lion dance teams, music and drums, new lighted floats, and a lantern parade.
At 8pm, head over to the Memorial Lawn for live entertainment on stage.
Then at 8:30pm, you’ll see the night sky light up with the Lunar New Year Drone Show. You’ll see awesome aerial formations set to music. We’ve seen several of these Drone Shows at Stone Mountain Park, and they are really amazing. Do not miss this! (Note, Drone Shows are weather dependent.)
After the Drone Show, the Light Show begins on the face of Stone Mountain, followed by a spectacular fireworks finale.
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