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2022 Tacoma Moon Festival

The 10th Annual Tacoma Moon Festival is a live festival featuring dancers and musicians, artists and craftspeople and hands on activities for kids and the young at heart. Food vendors and the Wine and Beer Garden will feature local food and drink.  Visitors can go to the popular teahouse tent to sample varieties of tea. Docents will be on site to lead tours of the park, explaining the tragic expulsion of the Chinese community in 1885 and the City’s commitment to build the park as a place of contemplation and renewal.

Parking is limited and drivers are encouraged to park up the hill in the parking lots in Old Town and walk down to the park.

The 10th annual Tacoma Moon Festival is produced by the Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation, in partnership with the City of Tacoma and Metro Parks. The event would not be possible without community support, volunteers, as well as individual and organizational sponsorship. The festival annually draws large crowds of attendees from all over the Puget Sound area, and with the event finally returning to in person and admission remaining free this year, more are expected to attend.

  • Date/Time
    September 10, 2022 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Cost
    Free
  • Location
    Chinese Reconciliation Park, 1741 N. Shuster Parkway
    Tacoma, WA, 98402
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  • Host Organization
    Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF)
  • Contact
    http://crpftacoma.org/
    (253) 330-8828
    info@crpftacoma.org

Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF)


Tacoma, WA
(253) 330-8828

The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) is a nonprofit organization that advances civic harmony by way of the Tacoma Chinese Garden and Reconciliation Park on Schuster Parkway along Commencement Bay.