BrisAsia Festival 2017

Ended

BrisAsia Festival 2017

Date & Time

27 Jan - 19 Feb 2017

2017-01-27 00:00:00 2017-02-20 00:00:00 Australia/Brisbane BrisAsia Festival 2017 BrisAsia Festival showcases traditional and contemporary Asian arts and cultural events. Now in its fifth year, the festival is held over three weeks from Friday 27 January-Sunday 19 February 2017 with more than 80 events across the city. Enjoy Chinese Lunar New Year, Kisaragi-Sai, food discovery tours and more. Brisbane

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Age

Open

Cost

Various prices

BrisAsia Festival showcases traditional and contemporary Asian arts and cultural events.

Now in its fifth year, the festival is held over three weeks from Friday 27 January-Sunday 19 February 2017 with more than 80 events across the city.

Enjoy Chinese Lunar New Year, Kisaragi-Sai, food discovery tours and more.

Booking

Some events require bookings.

Venue

Various locations across Brisbane

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