Most Sichuan festivals listed below are related to ethnic cultures, such as the Torch Festival, the Horse Racing Festival, and the New Year Festival of the Qiang People.
Zigong is famous for its traditional Chinese lanterns, so Zigong Lantern Festival is a nice opportunity for learning about the history, the manufacture, and types of traditional Chinese lantern.
Festivals and Events List
As one of China's Historical and Cultural Cities, Zigong is called "Lantern Town of the South Kingdom". Zigong Lantern Festival is one of the largest folk cultural activities in... Read more
Jul. 11, 2014 to
The Huanglong Temple Fair takes place in one of the most scenic and wild areas of China, Huanglong National Park or Scenic Area, which has been compared to America’s Yellowstone National Park.
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Nov. 20, 2014 to to Nov. 22, 2014
The Qiang people, one of China’s 56 ethnic minorities, are at risk for extinction, especially their annual New Year festival where they give thanks for prosperity and their harmonious lives.
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Jul. 31, 2013 to to Aug. 30, 2013
The Torch Festival falls between 24th day to the 26 day of the sixth lunar month. It is a shared traditional festival of the Yi, Naxi, and Bai peoples in southwestern China.The Torch Festival is ... Read more
The festival is held Mt Emei and Leshan Grand Buddha scenic area, which is believed to be the cradle of Emei Wushu. China Sichuan Emei International Wushu Festival aims at creating a platform for ma... Read more
The Litang Horse Racing Festival is a traditional festival that was held August 1 every year in high-elevation Litang County in eastern Sichuan Province. The town of Litang has an old monastery call... Read more
Feb. 23, 2014 to to Feb. 14, 2014
The Mianzhu New Year Picture is one of the four great Chinese New Year Pictures. For generations, it has been the crystallization of painters' wisdom. The festival conveys the optimism and ethnic... Read more