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Celebrating 20th anniversary for Victoria Street Lunar Festival



For Immediate Release 


The Victoria Street Lunar Festival will be held on 19 January 2020. This unforgettable festival will celebrate twenty years this year of bringing the multicultural performance and Asian food to our community.


The festival is organised by the Victoria Street Business Association Inc. VSBA with focus on reflecting our tradition over its last twenty years.


What's News In 2019 Festival Event To Do

  • Over 60 performance and entertainment activities and plus over popular Pho Eating Competition.

  • Introducing a food, health and wellness hub featuring cooking classes, competition and expert talks.

  • Taste over 100+ food choices on the street with restaurants and street traders

  • Play and Ride a large selection of games and rides

  • Special Fire Work At 9 pm and Fire Crackers and Dragon + Lion Dance


VSBA partners with State Government Multicultural Victoria, City of Yarra, Yarratrams, VicRoads, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Victoria police, St John ambulance. VSBA has strong in-kind support and financial supports from Australian Vietnamese Women Association,  Rotary of Collingwood and City West Water. Victoria Street has supported from major brands such as Hollywood Nails, SimTel and CarePark.


Media partners and supporters have a strong role in crafting the message to communities around Melbourne TVB, Viettimes, Pick Me Up Guide, RACV Royal Auto, Sunday Herald.

Join Victoria Street to celebrate the new year in our biggest street festival in Victoria.


Further Information Contact 

Ha Nguyen mail@victoriastreet.org.au

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​​VSBA -Victoria Street Business Association was founded in May 2015 as a non-profit business association. VSBA is representing over 300 Victoria street traders to work with local council, state and federal government to assist residents and stake holders for insights, networks, policy advocacy, services and facilities needed over 20 years.