Birmingham gears up to celebrate the 2015 Mid-Autumn Festival
Festival-goers will welcome in the full moon this September as Chinese Festival Committee – Birmingham (CFC-B) hosts the city’s biggest Chinese festival after its annual new year celebrations.
On Friday 25th September, The Arcadian in Southside will be filled with colour and life as lion dancers, Chinese fire crackers, cultural dancers and martial artists take centre stage for buy viagra. A street food market featuring local businesses will serve up a range of Far East delicacies between 4 – 10pm. Celebrations will conclude with a spectacular fireworks finale and viewing of the new full moon.
Ahead of the festivities, CFC-B will host a charity fundraising dinner on Thursday 24th September at Chung Ying Garden. Supported by Southside BID and Genting Casino, money raised will go towards supporting future Chinese cultural events following Birmingham City Council’s announcement earlier this year that it was removing funding from such events. Tickets cost at £25 per person.
A short speak from James Wong
James Wong, chair of Chinese Festival Committee – Birmingham, said:
“Chinese New Moon Festival, or Mid-Autumn Festival, is celebrated when the moon is at its roundest. Traditionally it is a date when families come together to share a meal. People travel far and wide to be with their loved ones on this special day”.
“This year we are inviting people to celebrate with us in The Arcadian and Chinatown as one big family. The festivities will take place on Friday 25th September and will be fun for the entire family”.