Dublin Lunar New Year 2022: Year of The Tiger

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Online and In-Person, Friday 28th January - Sunday 6th February

Dublin Lunar New Year returns for Year of the Tiger in 2022.

Established in 2008, Dublin Lunar New Year (DLNY) celebrates, promotes and deepens the understanding of the East Asian/Irish relationship year-on-year.
Dublin Lunar New Year is a Dublin City Council initiative and works closely with the East Asian Community in Ireland to present a diverse and exciting festival.

With its renaming in 2021, Dublin Lunar New Year strives to broaden and grow its engagement with all communities that celebrate the Lunar New Year which include China, Vietnam, South Korea, North Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei.

The festival is looking forward to building and diversifying its programming content for many years to come.

 


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Friday 28th January - Sunday 6th February
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