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O.M.G Family Festival

Millbrae
Lunar New Year Festival

Millbrae
Middle-Autumn Festival

Drive-In Night Market

 

Millbrae Lunar New Year Festival

Join Millbrae Lunar New Year's Street Festival on 2/5 Saturday for a fun-filled New Year's celebration! Nearly 80 booths are present in downtown Millbrae, including food from all corners of the globe, arts, crafts,

shopping, dining, tarot cards, Taiwanese souvenirs, free testing stations, etc. Let's celebrate the New Year together!

Over 12k people attended the event site and the event was viewed 150k+ times online.

To inspire moments of happiness and love; providing the platform for children and their families to grow together, and the space and opportunity to recharge, reenvision, and reconnect with each other during challenging times. The two-day family carnival has more than 80 different types of businesses participating, attracting nearly 10,000 people and making a sensation in the Bay Area. Additionally, live stage performances included a live band, DJ performance, ancient Chinese cultural performances, well-known dance troupe performances, calligraphy performances, and ringing bell dances, along with a national Zumba-led dance competition and children's painting competition awards. The Family Festival brings joy to local residents and supports local businesses. 180k+ impressions are generated online as a result of this event.

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Milpitas Family Festival

 

Millbrae Middle - Autumn Festival

Millbrae Mid-Autumn Festival was an annual event organized by the Millbrae Cultural Committee,

the City of Millbrae and O.M.G Entertainment. With more than 8000 participants, the online impression of

this event reaches 150k+.

(The number of Chinese population has accounted for nearly half of the Millbrae local populations, which is one of the cities with the highest Asian concentration in the San Francisco Bay Area)

 

Latern Festival Drive-In Night Market

Drive-in Movie Night Market was a great offline event that was hosted by the O.M.G. Entertainment, sponsored by Chowbus (delivery app), and Wei-Chuan U.S.A., Inc. in early 2021. For the first time, O.M.G combines the largest drive-in theater in the US with the Lantern Festival and Asian night market culture. The online promotion of the event reached over 65,000 audiences in the Bay Area, and more than 1,200 people participated.