Sichuan-Langzhong Hanfu Festival
- Event Time: March 18th-20th
- Venue: Langzhong Ancient City, Sichuan
Previously Langzhong government signed cooperation with the Fang Wenshan Hanfu Culture Week team. The march hanfu festival is considered a Langzhong Hanfu Culture Week trial activity.
Langzhong Hanfu Festival contains more than 40 sub-events: Chinese traditional popular colors press conference, hanfu design contest launching ceremony, arrow formation drill, armor exhibition, hanfu wedding expo, hanfu make-up styling contest, hanfu live-action drama, hanfu recommendation officer meeting, visitors hanfu parade square, dynasty carnival, river lantern blessing, etc., mainly distributed in three major areas: the scenic spots of the Langzhong, Silk Square, and the Jialing River.
Beijing - Ming Culture Festival
The Thirteen Tombs of the Ming Dynasty and the Juyong Pass are the concentrated showcases of China's Ming Dynasty history and culture and the World Heritage Site. Beijing Changping District will hold the 3rd Ming Culture Festival during the Qingming Festival.
- Event Time: April 1 - April 5
- Venue: Juyongguan Great Wall Scenic Area
April 1, Juyongguan parade, ritual exhibition, and re-enactment of ancient battles.
April 2, Ming hanfu costume exhibition, silkworm god sacrifice.
April 5, the Changling ritual exhibition, the emperor's traveling ceremonial show.
April 1-5, hanfu cultural & creative products exhibition.
Hangzhou - Chinese Costume Festival
In 2023, "Chinese Costume Festival" will open a new chapter, focusing on festival culture, using costumes and patterns as a basis to show the profundity of traditional Chinese culture.
- Event Time: April 22-23, 2023
- Venue: China National Silk Museum (73-1 Yuhuangshan Rd, Xihu, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China)
The China National Silk Museum will hold a "Hanfu Night" and a Hanfu-themed show on the evening of April 22. As festivals and festival costumes became more and more popular after the Song Dynasty, the 2023 Chinese Costume Festival will focus on the research, restoration, design, and production of Song and Ming festival costumes.
Since 2018, the China National Silk Museum has successfully held five Chinese Costume Festival, relying on its collection of cultural relics and academic resources to sort out the traditional costumes of the Han, Jin, Tang, Song and Ming dynasties by chronology.