The largest gathering of Asian Pacific Americans in the Dallas area, Asian Festival will take place tomorrow (Saturday), May 18th, 2013, at Main Street Garden starting at 11:00 am and ending at 6:00 pm. Each year, the Asian Festival attracts thousands of people from all over North Texas and showcases more than 30 Asian cultural performances; ranging from dance, martial arts, acrobats, dragon dances, hula dancers and many more. This is Asian Festival' s 23rd year in Dallas and it will feature authentic Asian cuisine, cultural performances, unique products and artwork , children’s activities, healthy living, and games fun for the whole family. The admission is free.
Things to Do at Asian Festival 2013
You can start your festival experience with the Faces of Asia Cultural Procession. You might then choose to check out the cooking demonstrations at the healthy living corner and get your free health screening. The kids might be entertained most by Passport to Asia for Kids. There will be a number of cuisine options including assorted food trucks, and vendors offering authentic cuisines of Asia.
Asian Festival 2013 Vendors & Sponsors
Against the Grain, Ad-Kon, Ali Motorsports, American Airlines, Annamtik, Arman Rupani, Asian Film Festival Dallas, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Bombay Chopstix Truck, Cambodian Cuisine, Citibank, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Morning News, Delish Bubble Tea, Dallas Police Department Recruitment Unit, Dallas Police Department Community Affairs, Frito-Lay, Fun Asia Truck, GDAACC/VIP & Media Lounge, Genghis Grill, Gilead, ICNA Dallas, Korean Gifts - Korean Woman Assoc, and Korean Cuisine - KOWIN.
More Asian Festival 2013 Vendors & Sponsors
Luxe Antiques & Imports, Made In Bali, McDonalds Frozen Drink Sample, McDonalds, Methodist Transplant Physicians, Metro PCS, Moyen Japanese Market, NAAAP 21, Nammi Truck (Vietnamese Sandwiches), Praniti Fashion, Samosa Hut, Silver Leaf Resort, Simply Dosa (Indian Style Crepes) Truck, Srilankan Cultural Group, Ssham BBQ (Korean Taco) Truck, State Farm Insurance, Thai Express, The Ann and Gabriel Barbierd - Mueller Samurai Museum, The Church or Light & Salt, Turtle Teasers Puzzles, UT Southwestern Free Health Screening, UT Southwestern - Cooking Demo Pavilion, and Verizon Wireless.
About Asian Festival 2013
The Asian Festival is brought to you by the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce (GDAACC) and co-sponsored by the Multi Ethnic Education and Economic Development Center (MEED).
To learn more about the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce, visit www.gdaacc.com.