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Sydney Lunar Streets – Haymarket street festival

Dixon Street, Haymarket NSW 2000

Saturday 21 January from 5pm to 10pm



Kick off your lunar new year celebrations at Sydney Lunar Streets – part of the 2023 Sydney Lunar Festival. 

Entertainment and activities

The streets of Haymarket will buzz with live entertainment, roving performers, food trucks, market stalls, DJs and plenty of Instagram moments. 

Enjoy performances from Sydney’s Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian, Taiwanese and Japanese community groups on the main stage at Hay Street. 


  • 5pm to 5:15pm: Lion dancing

  • 5:15pm to 8:15pm: Sydney Lunar stage performances – part 1

  • 8:15pm to 8:30pm: Eye dotting ceremony

  • 8:30pm to 10pm: Sydney Lunar stage performance – part 2

  • 8:45pm: Roving LED lions and dragons


  • MC Mandy Chai

  • Chinese Youth League

  • Sydney Chinese Folk Dance Group 中国民族艺术团

  • Rites of Mist dance studio 如烟工作室

  • Yellow River Choir 黄河合唱团

  • Maverick Dance Crew

  • Happy Singing Tribe 幸福合唱团

  • Siam Classic Dance Studio

  • Wadaiko Rindio Sydney

  • Pei Lei Wushu Assocation 蓓蕾武术

  • Master Xiao

  • Beijing Senior Choir Group

  • Jun Kung

  • Shila Amazh

DJ Flygirl Tee – Sussex Street – 5pm to 10pm

Food Trucks

Little Hay Street

  • Bar Coco

  • Sharon Kwan

Harbour Street

  • The Food Trap

  • Nanis

Please note, the above information may be subject to change.

Contact event organiser

City of Sydney


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