Where are the Chinese lanterns in Cary NC?

Where are the Chinese lanterns in Cary NC?

Koka Booth Amphitheatre
After a year off, the Chinese Lantern Festival is returning to Koka Booth Amphitheatre, 8003 Regency Parkway, Cary, in 2021.

What time is the Chinese Lantern Festival?

The Lantern Festival is on the 15th day of the first Chinese lunar month (always between February 5 and March 7).

What is the Chinese Festival of Lights?

Lantern Festival, also called Yuan Xiao Festival, holiday celebrated in China and other Asian countries that honours deceased ancestors on the 15th day of the first month (Yuan) of the lunar calendar. The Lantern Festival aims to promote reconciliation, peace, and forgiveness.

When is the festival of lights in NC?

Festival of Lights is open nightly, Friday, November 13th, 2020 through Friday, January 1st, 2021 from 6PM to 10PM. Thursdays-Sundays are very popular nights at Festival of Lights. During these nights, long lines and wait times should be expected.

Where is the Chinese Lantern Festival in Cary NC?

Koka Booth, The Amphitheatre is located on Regency Parkway in southern Cary, just off US 1/US 64 via the Tryon Road exit. Make sure to try a delicious hot winter beverage from the Chinese Lantern Festival cafe or try Asian favourites like a crispy spring roll or Wonton shrimp. Beer and wines are also available by the glass.

What to do with Christmas lights in NC?

The major highlight of the festival is the giant lantern on Symphony Lake. Also, there are many surprises for visitors, including cultural performances, artisan craft fairs, and special events like Chinese drumming, juggling, face-changing, acrobats, martial arts, and much more.

How much is the festival of lights carriage ride?

Experience the light show in the comfort of a traditional white carriage drawn by a Percheron horse. Carriage rides are scheduled by reservation only. Call early for reservations while they last. The cost is $80 cash or check plus Festival of Lights admission. Ask about our alternate route.