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We invite you to join us in downtown San Jose on May 12, 2018 wearing your Vietnamese Ao Dai to celebrate the Fifth Biannual Áo Dài Festival.

We encourage everyone of different backgrounds, ages, and genders to come dressed in your Ao Dai’s to participate in the Ao Dai Walk. The parade will begin at the San Jose City Hall and move to the Circle of Palms where our audience members will witness a spectacular production introducing the evening show, “Confluence of Rivers” (Hội Trùng Dương).

The Ao Dai Walk is a FREE event, open to the public and begins at 4:00 pm.  The walk will end at the Circle of Palms next to the Fairmont Plaza.

At 4:30pm at the Circle of Palms, the free Outdoor Show will commence and showcase the colors of an Áo Dài procession and a dragon dance, the sounds of taiko drums and zithers, and more, particularly traditional Vietnamese court costumes.

Check out our Ao Dai Walk event page here!