Disneyland Lunar New Year Returns in 2022


Disney has announced that the Lunar New Year festivities will once again happen at the Disneyland Resort in 2022. It will run from January 21 – February 13, 2022 at Disney California Adventure Park.

The Lunar New Year festivities celebrate tradtions from Korean, Chinese and Vietnamese cultures. Including multi-cultural performance, special merchandise, event themed food offering, special activities and more!

2022 is the Year of the Tiger. To celebrate Disney will have Tigger along with Mulan, Mushu, Mickey, Minnie and the Three Little Pigs, will celebrate in “festive attire.”

Raya from Raya and the Last Dragon will also appear for the first time in Disneyland. She will be “in a setting inspired by her native Kumandra, recreated in the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail.

Mulan’s Lunar New Year Procession will also return!

“This bright and bold performance hosted by Mulan and her faithful dragon, Mushu, will feature dozens of spirited parade performers as they honor family, friendship, and the potential for a fortune-filled new year. Live musical entertainment will also be enjoyed at the Paradise Garden Bandstand.”

Sip and Savor passes will return for this event as well.

“The Sip and Savor Pass will also be back, for extra enjoyment as you taste your way through the four Lunar New Year marketplaces, all featuring delicious Asian cuisine. Additionally, there will be special Lunar New Year-inspired food and beverage offerings at select dining locations throughout the park.

The Lucky Wishing Wall and craft activities will also be returning.

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Source: Disney Parks Blog

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