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2019 Annual Lantern Festival in the Spirit of Obon - Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens [Video] Japan's Summer Homage to Ancestors..Newly Listed

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Date: Saturday, 19 October, 2019       Time: 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens (Del)
4000 Morikami Park Road
Delray Beach, FL 33446


Phone: (561) 495-0233
Website: Click to Visit

Lantern Festival in the Spirit of Obon. Join us for Japanese folk-dancing, drumming, our Ennichi street fair and iconic lantern floating ceremony in a fall festival in the spirit of Obon - Japan’s summer homage to ancestors who return for a brief visit to the living.

*Festival opens for members and the general public at 2pm, the museum and gardens will be closed prior to 2pm.

In an effort to protect our guests from unauthorized ticket sales, please note that pursuant to Florida Statute 817.36, tickets purchased for Lantern Festival cannot be resold for more than $1.00 over the original admission price.

Date
Saturday, October 19, 2019

Time
3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Lantern Festival Tickets
Ticket prices: $20 for ages 11+, $10 for ages 4-10
Free for ages 3 and under

When to purchase
Member pre-sale starts September 16, 2019 at 7 a.m. and ends September 27, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

*Members may only purchase one ticket for each individual covered by their current membership. For questions about joining or your current membership, please email morikamimembers@pbcgov.org.

General admission ticket sales start October 7, 2019 at 10 a.m.

About Your Purchase
Tickets are non-refundable
Group, student and senior discounts are not available for this event
Lantern Festival is a rain or shine event
Tickets are sent to the email address provided and must be printed and presented at festival admission the day of the event
No tickets will be sold at the door
In an effort to protect our guests from unauthorized ticket sales, please note that pursuant to Florida Statute 817.36, tickets purchased for Lantern Festival cannot be resold for more than $1.00 over the original admission price.

Lanterns - $12 each
Lanterns for the toro nagashi (lantern floating) ceremony go on sale at the start of Lantern Festival. Each of more than 1,000 lanterns is hand-assembled by Morikami volunteers and staff the day of the festival. Limited quantities are available and cannot be purchased in advance, please note we cannot allow guests to bring and float their own lanterns. Lanterns sell out each and every year, so be sure to purchase yours early!

Tanzaku Slips - $1 each
Tanzaku slips adorn our shoryobune, meaning “boat for the spirits of the deceased.” The shoryobune is hand-crafted and decorated out of straw, wood and paper. During the lantern floating ceremony, the shoryobune is filled with tanzaku slips collected from visitors. Like our floating lanterns, the shoryobune flames symbolically guide the visiting spirits back to the otherworld.

Entertainment
Lantern Festival features rousing taiko drum performances by Fushu Daiko, kids’ activities, traditional Japanese folk dancing and an all-day ennichi street fair. At the end of the evening, visitors watch hundreds of paper lanterns each lit by a single candle dot Morikami Lake, against a sky of fireworks.


Video

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Morikami Obon Festival Dates
All Morikami Bon Odori Dates

Obon Festivals & Practices
All Obon Festivals  All Obon Practices

See Japanese Event Festivals 

All Japanese Festivals Events 

Celebrate the Japanese Culture food, performances and dancing.
(Please always confirm date & times, the schedule could change)

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Location
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach, FL 33446

Title
Lantern Festival - In the Spirit of Obon - Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

 




Saturday, 19 October, 2019

Contact

Morikami Museum

Phone: (561) 495-0233
Website: Click to Visit

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