The Most Luminous Festival In New Mexico Is Downright Spellbinding

The Land of Enchantment is bright all on its own, but this one festival is sure to light up the night. Be prepared to embrace Chinese culture with these larger than life lanterns. This is an 8-week-long event that’s a sight to be seen for the whole family. Get ready to be amazed as we illuminate Albuquerque and see some incredible entertainment.

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Have you been to the old China Lights festival? Do you plan on checking out Dragon Lights? Let us know your favorite part in the comments!

While you’re in Albuquerque, stop for a bite to eat at this incredible rooftop restaurant for views of the city unlike anything else.