With its centuries-old origins, the Lunar New Year festival is celebrated traditionally in China and other Asian countries. Each New Year is observed according to the characteristics of one of the 12 zodiac animals: the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Based on the lunar calendar, the event typically begins with the new moon and ends on the first full moon, 15 days later. Since the cycles of the moon vary each year, the dates of the festival can land between the end of January and the end of February. It’s a time to feast with family members and honor ancestors.
SEPTEMBER 15-OCTOBER 15
Macy’s pays tribute to Latin culture through its diverse narratives at in-store events nationwide.
This Lunar New Year (aka the Year of the Dog) has been all about welcoming good fortune! Join us for in-store celebrations, which change each year according to the Chinese lunar calendar.
Throughout the month, Macy's honors black innovators & visionaries. Join the celebration & find an in-store event near you!
Macy's kicks off the month by honoring Asian-Pacific Americans and their evolving customs and traditions. Join us for fun in-store events and more!