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DC Chinese New Year Parade

Sunday • January 26, 2020 • 2 PM

DC CHINATOWN CELEBRATES THE YEAR OF THE RAT!

Route Start: 6th & Eye St NW | Route End: 6th & H St NW

The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) is holding its biggest and most diverse parade ever to ring in the 4718 Chinese Lunar New Year, the Year of the Rat!

Our dynamic community-based parade will include traditional lion and dragon dances, Kung Fu demonstrations, firecrackers, live music and marching bands, beauty pageant winners, VIPs, and other community talents!

Mark you calendar and join in on the fun Sunday, January 26, 2020, 2 PM.
Route Start: 6th and Eye St. NW • Route End: 6th and H St. NW
Gallery Place Chinatown Metro Station
Parade Route PDF

We welcome sponsors, participants and supporters.

Invited Participants

Leadership Greater Washington
Carriage – (Miss DC + Asian Princesses)
Miss Corporate USA DC Queen
Mrs. DC & Mrs. Downtown DC
Wiz Cheerleaders – G-Wiz – DC Valor
Maryland Live Casino
Almas Shriners Klowns & Motorcade
Fortune Cookie Tossers
Moy Family Association
Chinese Senior Citizens Association
Batala Washington
Screech & Nat’s Car
CCACC Dragon Team
Walt Whitman HS Drum Line
The Big Pig

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Parade Day Details

What To Wear

Join in on the celebration! Wear the color red to ward off evil spirits and bring in good fortune.

To celebrate the Year of the Rat, wear your best rat accessory!

How To Get There

Skip the hassle! Take METRO to Gallery Place/Chinatown.

Options:
– If you are coming in on the Red Line from Silver Spring/Wheaton…exit at Judiciary Square and walk the two extra blocks.
– If you are coming in on the Red Line from Shady Grove/Bethesda…take the Bus Shuttle from DuPont Circle to Gallery Place
– Green and Yellow Lines will still stop at Gallery Place/Chinatown.

See the parade route to find the perfect spot for the parade.

Where To Eat

Enjoy the food! Chinatown has an abundance of restaurants—Chinese and other cuisines.

Get here early for lunch or stay after the parade for dinner.