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SF Debuts Five Giant Rabbit Sculptures for Chinese New Year (Jan. 7 – Feb. 5)

This year’s Zodiac on Parade public art project returns in 2023 with “Rabbit on Parade”
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January 22, 2023 marks the first day of the Year of the Rabbit. The Chinese Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco is proud to bring back the public art project, Rabbit on Parade, to its list of festivities this Lunar New Year.

Rabbit statues will be publicly displayed around San Francisco from Saturday, January 7 to Sunday, February 5, to help ring in the new year. Want to plan your route to visit all five of our Rabbits? View all of the locations.

The Rabbit statues spotlight local artists as well as reflect upon the culture, people, and traditions surrounding Chinese New Year. Thank you to our sponsors, Alaska Airlines, Golden State Warriors, ICBC, Lucky California and Sky River Casino for making this project come to life.

Find All Five Rabbits (2023)

  1. Bravery RabbitThrive City
  2. Maanmaansik Rabbit Lakeshore Plaza
  3. Prosperity Rabbit Asian Art Museum
  4. Auspicious Waters RabbitChinatown-Rose Pak Station
  5. Peace to Home RabbitUnion Square