Nee Hao Chinese New Year Party at Colston Hall Bristol

Nee Hao Magazine brings you a super Chinese New Year Party at Bristol’s home of music, The Colston Hall, on Friday 31st January 2014 (Chinese New Year’s Day).

Legendary bands such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Elton John and a host of top stars have performed at this iconic venue.

The Colston Hall
The Colston Hall

Nee Hao Magazine will be transforming Colston Hall with super quality sound systems, concert light shows and festive decor to celebrate the Year of the Horse in style. Spread over 3 floors with each floor visible to each other, this party will go down in history as one of best, catering for students and the local Chinese community.

After last year’s corresponding sell out event where people queued for more than 3 hours, we are fulfilling our promise to make things bigger and better.


DJ Alexander Pang, the first Chinese student DJ to have played at a superclub in the UK
DJ Alexander Pang, the first Chinese student DJ to have played at a superclub in the UK


DJs on Rotation

DJ Phat is regarded as one of the best British Chinese DJs in the UK, with DJ Tita Lau being the first ever British Chinese female DJ and DJ Alex Pang the first ever Mainland Chinese student DJ to have played at a superclub.

Singers –

4 talented singers will be performing on the night, with the singers being the first ever people from Hong Kong and China to sing at Colston Hall.

Alice Tang (HK)
Matthew Lau (HK)
Gaocha Dong (China)
James Meiyuan Zhang (China)

Lion Dancing

Special choreographed lion dancing from the University of Bristol Lion Dance Troupe. This performance will call in the new year in spectacular fashion.

In association with the following societies:

University of Bristol Chinese Society, University of Bristol Thai Society, UWE Hong Kong Society, University of Bath Pass, Univesrity of Bristol Pass.





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