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Têt in Seattle – Vietnamese Lunar New Year
January 26 - 27, 2019

Armory Main Level, Fisher Pavilion

Tet Performance photos by JP Beck and Johnson photos by: JPBeck, Johnson

Tết in Seattle -- Vietnamese Lunar New Year

Seattle Center Festál presents Tết in Seattle - Vietnamese Lunar New Year, January 26 - 27. Explore and experience the cultural roots and contemporary influences of Vietnam through live performances, hands-on activities, foods, crafts, games, martial arts and a lively marketplace.
Tết in Seattle – Vietnamese Lunar New Year offers guests the opportunity to partake in contemporary and traditional Vietnamese culture to welcome the start of a new year. This two-day festival includes live musical performances, cultural village art display, a kid’s center with games and crafts and a Vietnamese traditional dress “ao dai” fashion show. Local food vendors and cooking demonstrations from restaurant Bun & Oc. will also be available.
Tết in Seattle -- Vietnamese Lunar New Year is FREE and is a part of Seattle Center Festál, world cultural events. For the past 19 years, Tết Festival has celebrated the traditions of Vietnamese and Vietnamese-Americans by presenting and promoting arts, music, performances and foods that are unique to Vietnam.
Presented by Tết in Seattle.  

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Tết in Seattle
PO Box 2833
Seattle, WA 98111-2833
(206) 706-2658

Seattle Center Festál is produced with the generous support of KUOW 94.9 Public Radio, Coca-Cola, Alaska Airlines, T-Mobile, Lyft, Northwest Folklife Festival, 4Culture and ArtsWA. Additional support is provided by the City of Seattle and Seattle Center Foundation.

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