The San Diego Tet Festival features Lion Dancing, Music, Rides, and More! Join us in welcoming the Year of the Rooster as we Spring To New Horizons!
This prosperous Year of the Rooster will be celebrated at Mira Mesa Community Recreation Park. We will be featuring many FUN attractions such as:
Our signature Miss Vietnam San Diego Pageant
Lion dancing all 3 days
A new cultural village
Full Carnival Rides
Golden Voice contest and Dancing contests for cash prizes
Game Booth with prizes
2 stages with non-stop entertainment from A-list singers/artists as well as local artists in San Diego
Food vendors with variety of foods from cultures all around the world!
" Lucky Red Envelope" - Traditional Money Giving for Luck during Opening Ceremony with city councils, officials, and even the city mayor! That's right, we invite the San Diego Mayor!
Step Up Dance competition (currently accepting applications)
Golden Voice (currently accepting applications)
High School Seniors Civic Engagement Scholarship $300 (Application will be available after December 1st on SDTET.COM)
Hosted by young groups of High School and College students, we are known to put on the BEST Asian Lunar New Year's (Tet) Festival in San Diego! Our festival has proven to be one of the largest 3-day cultural festivals in San Diego, attracting more than 25,000 people every year along with big corporate sponsors, vendors, and collaborating in conjunction with other organizations all over San Diego. We also got voted to be the top 10 Festivals in San Diego!
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