Macy’s Celebrates Lunar New Year

With its centuries-old origins, the Lunar New Year festival is celebrated traditionally in China and other Asian countries. Each New Year is observed according to the characteristics of one of the 12 zodiac animals: the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Based on the lunar calendar, the event typically begins with the new moon and ends on the first full moon, 15 days later. Since the cycles of the moon vary each year, the dates of the festival can land between the end of January and the end of February. It’s a time to feast with family members and honor ancestors.

As millions of people all over the world celebrate the Lunar New Year to ring in the Year of the Pig, help Macy’s mark the occasion by joining us for in-store festivities such as live lion dance performances and other fun surprises!

 

Thursday, January 31 from 2PM – 4PM

Saturday, February 2 from 2PM – 4PM

Saturday, February 2 @ 2PM

Saturday, February 9 from 12PM – 2PM

  • Macy’s Flushing – Flushing, NYThird Floor – Kid’s Department
    Ring in the Year of the Pig at Macy's and join us for fun surprises! Stop in before or after the Lunar New Year Parade where you’ll get a chance to catch another lion dance performance and be sure to pick up your lucky red envelope to see what you won! Make a qualifying purchase of $35 or more in Kids to take home a commemorative piggy bank.

Saturday, February 23 from 2PM – 4PM

 

In need of new clothes to ring in the year or need some gift ideas? Visit macys.com/celebrate to find a specially curated list for your Lunar New Year needs!


Unfortunately, things happen; events change or may be canceled, and supplies may run out!

And if you can’t make it, don’t worry!  Macy's also has lots of other fun things to do, so don't forget to check out other events happening near you!