City of AustinFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CelebrASIA features performances, food vendors, exhibits, and cultural experiences for the entire family on Saturday, May 13.
Join the City of Austin, Parks and Recreation Department for CelebrASIA on Saturday, May 13 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Asian American Resource Center, 8401 Cameron Rd. This indoor/outdoor event offers performances, food vendors, exhibits, and cultural experiences for the entire family. It is free and open to the public. The 2023 festival will commemorate 10 years of the AARC being rooted in community and culture!
Get ready for performances from A.C.T Pasifika (Arts Culture & Traditions of Pasifika), Aiping Tai Chi Center – Austin, Austin Japanese Minyo Group, Austin Kyudo, Austin Matu Hula, Austin Moonflower Performing Arts Group, Austin Pinay Movement Collective, Bollywood Bachkus, Devi School of Dance, FASCA (Formosa Association of Student Cultural Ambassadors), Heavenly Dragon Lion Dance Association, Lee Young Korean Traditional Dance, Austin South Asian (ASA) Fashion Show by Livvie's Shining Stars, Setsuko Kuniyoshi Okinawa Dance School, and The Vietnamese American of Austin Texas (VACAT) Non-Profit!
This year’s food vendors include Bake 'n Bite ATX, Dosa Shack, Flavors of Guam Food Truck, Sharetea, Snobelly Shaved Ice, Sinta, The Curative Plate, The Garden Bakehouse, and Mama Kong.
Enjoy cultural experience rooms by Austin Taiwanese Association & Taiwanese American Professionals – Austin, Indonesian Diaspora Network - Greater Austin, Korean American Association of Greater Austin, Vietnamese American Community of Austin Texas, Austin Japanese Minyo Group, and KhushATX.
Want to volunteer? Sign up at GivePulse! Lunch will be provided to volunteers.
Additional partners for this year’s event include the City of Austin Watershed Department, Sustainable Food Center, Austin History Center, Oakwood Cemetery, Asian Family Support Services of Austin, American Gateways, Austin Public Health, Texas Book Festival, and Truc Viet.