8/13/11 + 8/14/11 Hong Kong Dragon Boat Race/Festival in NY @ Flushing Meadows Park

Saturday, August 13 + Sunday, August 14, 2011 from 9am to 5pm. Rain or shine.

Meadow Lake
in Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens, NY
Cost: Free
For all ages

The Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York is an annual sporting and multicultural event held in August on Meadow Lake in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York to celebrate the fifth moon (or the fifth month) of the lunar calendar. In addition to providing audiences with traditional Chinese foods and performances, the festival hosts over 120 dragon boat teams from across North America, making it one of the largest dragon boat festivals in the United States. Depending on the competitive division, teams compete for cash prizes, trophies and other prizes.

The Festival began in 1990 when the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York City promoted and organized the inaugural Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York, which was held on the Hudson River in Battery Park City. The Festival is now an independent non-profit company organized under the laws of the State of New York and receives its funding through sponsorships by various companies. The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office continues to be a substantial supporter of the festival.

In addition to the change in corporate structure, the Festival's fleet of dragon boats has grown from 4 teak wood dragon boats to over 30 dragon boats. Many of the boats are made of fiberglass. All the boats are approved by the International Dragon Boat Federation for international dragon boat racing.

The Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York features events for the entire family including the NY Championship Race on Saturday and the US Dragon Boat Open Championship Race on Sunday, an opening parade, and youth, women's, sponsors, media, and charity races. Moreover, an impressive arts and entertainment program will showcase some of the best multicultural artists in New York, including the Shaolin Temple Warrior Monks demonstrating Kung Fu, the Drum Spirit of China, and as well as other performers who will perform traditional music and dance from China, Mexico and Peru. Booths located around the main stage area will host folk art and craft demonstrations. And, of course, a food court will serve a culturally diverse menu. Please refer to our Events Schedule page for more information.

Event Schedule (Latest Updates)
On the Verizon stage, a multicultural program with professional musicians, dancers and singers will be entertaining all starting at 10am both days.

Saturday, August 13, 2011
10:00-10:30am | Nia Sophia Mijares 
12-year-old Nina Sophia Mojares, singer, actress, dancer, pianist and songwriter has been featured on America's Got Talent Season 5 and selected as Maury Povich Show's Most Talented Kid in 2010. She has written original songs entitled "Now It's Time," "It's Possible" and "Leap of Faith", now available on Itunes. She is also the current 2011 National Latin Junior Ballroom Champion www.ninawagamojares.com & www.ninasophia.com

10:30-11:30am | Joe Lutton Band

The Joe Lutton Band is a new rock"n"roll band that plays all original material with a power, classic rock edge. The songs display a diverse palate of sound, from driving rock rhythms to spacious acoustic, lyric-driven melodies. The song's stories and reflections spill onto wide canvas of themes from the purely whimsical to the intensely personal and emotional. Joe Lutton guitar, vocals, Brian Smith guitar 2, backing vocals, Lyris Hung violin, Mat Fieldes bass, Damien Bassman drums

11:30-12:30pm | Opening Ceremonies

Dragon Dancing Team and Percussionists welcome all and, together with invited dignitaries, offically kick-off the 21st annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York

 12:45-1:30pm | The Hsu-Nami

An international renowned progressive rock band from the United States. The Hsu-Nami, known as the first "Progressive Erhu Rock" band in the world. Integrates an amplified "erhu", a two-string spike fiddle used in Chinese classical and folk music, into a progressive rock sound. Part of the new-fusion rock movement, The Hsu-Nami redefines the 1960s and 1970s fusion rock sound. www.hsu-nami.com

1:30-2:30pm | Shaolin Masters

Warrior monks from the Shaolin Temple perform martial arts. In the history of the Shaolin Temple, founded in 495 AD, generation after generation of monk generals and soldiers protected the temples from wars and riots of society.

2:30-3:30pm | Bruce Katz Band

The Bruce Katz Band blurs the lines between blues, "soul-jazz", rock and new Orleans-inspired roots music. They combine exciting instrumental jams and vocal tunes with their original, trademark sound, blending the B3 organ and Guitar. www.brucekatzband.com

3:30-4:00pm | Simon Yu

Simon C.F. Yu's The Exotic Experiment is an interstellar Jazztronica Adventure that combines Futuristic Drum & Bass, the tradition of World Music and 21st Century Technology to create an Fx driven Break Beat Biosphere of Rhythm and Melody. www.youtube.com/simonyu214

Sunday, August 14, 2011
10:00-11:00am | Chinese Music Ensemble of New York
Founded in 1961 this Ensemble is the oldest and only full Chinese orchestra in the United States and the Americas. Its present membership of nearly fifth musicians plays practically every type of Chinese music on Chinese instruments, both ancient and modern. In this performance a smaller ensemble plays a selection of their repertoire. www.chinesemusic.org

11:30-12:30pm | New York Chinese Cultural Center, Dance China NY

The resident company from America's premier traditional Chinese dance company, which includes international renowned artists, performs traditional and folk dances transporting audiences to a world of colorful myths, historical drama and timeless beauty.

12:30-1:00pm | Paper Doll Band

New York's premiere indie dance-pop band, Paper Doll, has been compared to No Doubt, The Cure and Muse. Their unique blend of rock, pop and good old-fashioned dance-till-you-drop shows have made them a must-see in the live music scene. Paper Doll Teresa Lee (vocals/keyboard), Patrick Moloney (guitar), Steve Paelet (bass), Chip Thomas (drums). www.paperdollband.com

1:00-2:00pm | Shaolin Masters

Warrior monks from the Shaolin Temple perform martial arts. In the history of the Shaolin Temple, founded in 495 AD, generation after generation of monk generals and soldiers protected the temples from wars and riots of society.

2:00-3:00pm | Rob Lok

The first Chinese American clown to perform in the renowned Ringling Brothers & Barnum Bailey Circus, astounds and amazes in his comical interactive circus spectacle, fit for people of all ages. Rob is an international variety performer and contemporary clown. A dynamic physical comic, his shows are in demand around the globe. www.roblok.com

3:30-4:00pm | Polynesian Dance Production

Polynesian Dance Productions'™ mission is to share the beauty, joy, and origins of authentic Polynesian dance with a diverse range of audiences in the U.S and abroad. The group seeks to honor and spread the knowledge of Polynesian culture through interactive shows and classes that embody the aloha spirit. All its dancers are classically trained in Tahitian, Maori and Hawaiian dance techniques, and have performed individually in professional shows for over 15 years.

Arts & Crafts Tent

15+ artists will be demonstrating traditional Chinese crafts including calligraphy, rice doll making, bead stringing, kite making, jeweled ornaments, ribbon flowers, paper cutting and much more. Children will be able to try their hand at making their own crafts.

The Balloon Man (Twister)
 and face painter returns to the delight of all. Find them in the Arts & Crafts Tent.


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