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เดือน: 2024/2

Embracing the Mighty Roar of the Dragon

From parades to pyrotechnics: Macao's February festive extravaganza

To mark the arrival of the Year of the Dragon, Macao is abuzz with a multitude of festive activities, including the Celebrations of the 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Macao SAR - Parade for Celebration of the Year of the Dragon (Feb 12th and 17th). Revellers have the opportunity to experience the "Chinese New Year Fireworks Displays" (Feb 12th, Feb 16th and Feb 24th); they can also spark their own pyrotechnics at the festive Firecrackers and Fireworks Zones (Feb 9th-15th).


Crowds are expected at the city's numerous temples as people seek blessings for the Lunar New Year, standing out of its Incense and Pinwheel Stalls (Feb 9th-16th) with A-Ma Temple. Running until the start of the Year of the Dragon, the Lunar New Year Market 2024 (Feb 2nd-10th) is an ideal place to pick up festive items.


February is a melodious month, with the Macao Chinese Orchestra hosting the Chinese New Year Concert "Spring Blooms" (Feb 23rd). Mandopop queen A-Lin is in Macao, presenting her "A-Lin Chinese New Year Music Show at MGM" (Feb 12th-13th).
Visitors still have the chance to enjoy "Light Up Macao 2023" (until Feb 25th). All are welcome to this exhilarating showcase of light installations and other luminous treats scattered across the city.

Highlights

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Spring is in the air, and Macao's March is set to showcase a blend of East-meets-West activities. It includes traditional Chinese celebrations such as the Opening of the Kun Iam Storehouse (Mar 6th) and the Feast of the God Tou Tei (Mar 11th), through to month-end's Procession of the Senhor Morto (Mar 29th) commemorating the Easter story. "Easter Presents: Bach's Easter Oratorio" (Mar 28th) sees the Macao Orchestra collaborating with Hong Kong's The Learners Chorus.

Before that, the Macao Chinese Orchestra presents "From Autumn Execution to Fire Ritual" (Mar 10th), in cooperation with huqin master Zhang Chongxue,
Head of the Chinese Music Department at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

Also in March, thousands of runners – some locals and others from further afield – are expected to hit the city's roads for the 2024 Sands China Macao International 10K (Mar 17th). Hundreds of performers are also hitting the streets, but for the "2024 Macao International Parade" (Mar 24th), in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Macao Special Administrative Region.

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