MOON LANTERN PARADE Elder Park comes alive with giant lanterns, fireworks, food and free entertainment Get ready for an afternoon and evening of fun for the whole family! Moon Lantern Parade is back in 2019 and will showcase hundreds of hand-held lamps and over 50 giant lanterns including the stunning 40 metre Hong Kong Dragon, all set to a live music performance by Australian-Chinese music collective Emissary of Tang. Bring a picnic rug and arrive early to settle in and watch performances from popular Adelaide community groups across three different stages, or catch roving acts around Elder Park. Enjoy artist workshops and craft activities, and explore a trail of bright and colourful lanterns in the leadup to Australiaâ€™s biggest lantern parade!
Adelaideâ€™s best-known food trucks will return with delicious cuisine from around the world and the night will finish with a spectacular fireworks display. ELDER PARK SAT 19 OCT From 3pm Parade From 8pm Fireworks finale FREE
Elder Park and areas of King William Road will be fenced with dedicated entry points monitored by security. Fenced site will be open to the general public from 3pm and access will be restricted when capacity is reached. The north side of the River Torrens is an alternative vantage point. Moon Lantern Parade is an alcohol-free event. Visit ozasiafestival.com.au for more information closer to the date including site map, performance schedules, road closures, footbridge restrictions and Elder Park access updates.
Designed by Simone Romaniuk
The 2019 edition of OzAsia Festival, Adelaide’s boundary-pushing contemporary international arts festival.