You’re invited to the Mid-Autumn Festival!

Do you love food, music, and entertainment? The Friends of Little Saigon and the Far East Center would like to invite you to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival on September 13 at S Federal and Alameda. Come and have a taste of an Asian night market with street food from all over the world and a variety of vendors and entertainment. Watch your kids play with light up lanterns and get their faces painted.

We will have a packed night of entertainment and fun for the whole family.

  • Pho Eating Contest for adults
  • Moon Cake eating contest for kids
  • Lion Dance performance
  • Traditional Drum Performance
  • Vietnamese Singers
  • Cash and prize giveaways
  • Kids fashion show (bring your kids in traditional clothes to participate on stage. All kids are welcome).
  • Homemade Lantern contest (only valid for kids 5-13) Have your child hand make a lantern and participate in our contest. Winner will be awarded a big prize.

More details coming soon!  Stay tuned to the Mid-Autumn Festival Facebook page.

If you’re interested in participating in the event as a vendor, performer, or sponsor of the event, contact Cindy Ambs at by August 15 – vendor space is limited!

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