Chinese New Year 2019 in Paris

This year, Chinese, Korean or Vietnamese New Year (Têt) - also called Lunar New Year - falls on February 5th, 2019. You want to know everything about the parades that will be held all over Paris and its surroundings ? Check out this program and discover what the French capital has in store for you. Exoticism guaranteed with parades, concerts, exhibitions, conferences, markets, dances, restaurant menus. A festive event to share with your family.

The Chinese New Year in Paris is always the promise of wonderful parades and firecrackers. As every year, Paris arrondissements make additional efforts to properly celebrate an event that will be enjoyed by adults and children. Everybody will be able to discover another culture thanks to markets, concerts and shows. Check out this regularly updated program.

This article is updated following the information we get

Shows and parades in Paris (regularly updated) :

Marais Chinese New Year's parade, Place de la République
The traditional Chinese New Year’s parade of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements is held on Sunday February 10, 2019.

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Chinese New Year in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris
Chinese New Year will once again be celebrated in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris from February 4 to 10, 2019. A week full of cultural and festive events: exhibitions, workshops, conferences, music and martial arts.

Chinese New Year in the 13th arrondissement of Paris
Paris 13th arrondissement aka Chinatown celebrates the Chinese New Year with 2 weeks of entertainments. From February 4 to 17, 2019, change the scenery as the pace of exhibitions, conferences, shows, opera and other ceremonies including the famous festive parade.

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Food Market celebrates the Chinese New Year
Following last year's success, Food Market celebrates this year again the Chinese New Year on February 7, 2019 in partnership with La Taverne de Zhao. The aim: making us discover the real Chinese gastronomy. 

Discover the events for the Chinese New Year in the Ile de France Region:

Vietnamese New Year 2017 at Pavillon Baltard
This year again, Pavillon Baltard celebrate the Vietnamese New Year and the Rooster year on Saturday February 4, 2017. This event promises: exhibitions, shows, buffet, games and a ball with a children area.

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Festival du Têt at Opéra de Massy (91)
Every year, the Festival du Têt (Vietnamese New Year celebration) gathers more than 1000 people around animations, exhibitions and a great show presented by AGEVP. This year, the event will be held on Sunday February 5, 2017. Enjoy the beauty of Vietnamese dresses, viêt vo dao demos and many other things.

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Chinese New Year in Courbevoie (92)
A la Rencontre de la Chine association will celebrate the Chinese New Year with the Dong Fang Wu Shu assocation with traditional chants, shows, children’s activities and a Chinese buffet. The event will take place at Espace Gaultier on Saturday January 28, 2017, starting at 10 a.m. (free admission)
Address: Vie Associative - Espace Gaultier 73 rue Gaultier - 92400 Courbevoie
Contact: +33 (0)1 47 88 43 67 / vieasso.gaultier@ville-courbevoie.fr

Chinese New Year in Noisy-le-Grand (93)
Noisy-le-Grand also properly celebrates Chinese New Year. This festive event has become more and more important over the years in this city. Shows, exhibitions, music a parade will be held on Sunday January 29, 2017.


Chinese New Year at Chinagora (94)
As in every year, Chinagora (a very nice Chinese hotel) will be celebrating Chinese New Year. Exotic menus, shows and fireworks have been programmed for this event, on Friday January 27 and Saturday January 28, 2017.

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Chinese New Year at Limeil-Brévannes (94) 
The Chinese New Year isn't celebrated in Paris only, it's also celebrated in the Ile de France region. To celebrate the year of the Rooster, the city of Limeil-Brévannes invites you for a festive Sunday January 29, 2017 with an exotic lunch and shows.

Lights Festival in Provins for the Chinese New Year
Provins Medieval city takes visitors to a traditional Chinese universe and celebrates the New Year with a lights festival running from February 4 to 12, 2017. A first for the city that is always looking for original ideas to promote its heritage and surprise visitors. Exoticism guaranteed!

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Chinese New Year at Casino of Enghien-les-Bains
Want to celebrate Chinese New Year and have fun at the same time ? The Casino of Enghien-les-Bains offers you a wide range of animations, parades, traditional shows and free buffet to properly celebrate the New Year.

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Restaurants celebrating Chinese or Vietnamese New Year :

Chinese New Year at Chinagora (94)
As in every year, Chinagora (a very nice Chinese hotel) will be celebrating Chinese New Year. Exotic menus, shows and fireworks have been programmed for this event, on Friday January 27 and Saturday January 28, 2017.

Chinese New Year 2018 at the Peninsula Paris
On February 15, the Peninsula Paris celebrates the Chinese New Year 2018 by proving many animations. Exceptional menu, exhibitions, treatments and a unique program for the celebration.

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Chinese New Year at the Mandarin Oriental
The Mandarin Oriental and Thierry Marx decided to celebrate Chinese New Year with an exotic menu that you will be able to enjoy from January 23 to 28, 2017.

Chinese New Year at Shang Palace
From January 26 to February 6, 2017, Shang Palace, the well-known restaurant of the Shangri La, will be celebrating the Chinese New Year with a very exotic dinner. On January 28, you will also be able to enjoy a lion dance live performance.

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Chinese New Year at the Chinatown Olympiades
Unavoidable top restaurant located in the 13th district of Paris, the Chinatown Olympiades celebrates Chinese New Year with an exceptional menu on January 27 and 28, 2017. Come and enjoy the lion dance live performance with your friends and families

Chinese New Year 2017 at L'Appart, free starter and buffet
This Saturday January 28, L'Appart invites you to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2017, the Year of the Rooster! Please note that the starter and the buffet are free in the early evening, a good deal you shouldn't miss!

Chinese New Year 2017 at Restaurant Chen Paris
Located at the heart of Paris, Chen - one of the best Chinese restaurants in the French capital - celebrates the Chinese New Year with an exceptional menu from Thursday January 26 to Sunday January 29, 2017.

Chinese New Year 2017 at the Lys d'Or
The charming and green Chinese restaurant Le Lys d'Or celebrates the Chinese New Year with a delicious menu to be discovered from January 27 to 29, 2017.

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You got it now, the Chinese and Vietnamese New Year 2019 in Paris promises to be full of surprises and moments of sharing. Don't miss any of the events that will make you discover another culture at the heart of Paris!

Happy Chinese New Year celebrations to you all and hail to the Year of the Pig!

© Mairie de Paris - Jean-Baptiste Gurliat

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Last updated on 21 January 2019

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