Lantern Finalist Rory Cohen, Remuera Primary School. Displayed in Browns Clothing, 411 Remuera Road.
Traditional Dragon Dance performed by e-Pac was a highlight of the evening.
Friendly French faces created by Steve Reid adorned street poles. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Another demonstration by the Remuera branch of Shaolin Kung Fu.
Cancan finale on BNZ stage, performed by the Roaring Antoinettes.
Lilly Peeters, Zoe Ter Beek, Rex Chu and Michael Shen from Meadowbank School created a large pagoda shaped lantern that won 3rd place in the Year 4-6 category.
Playing up with the crowds in Remuera... Mimes Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Itai Biran. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Remuera Primary School dancers Elena Meng and Sophia Tsang.
First place in the Year 1-3 Category was a Rooster Lantern created by Mary Meredith from Meadowbank School.
As twilight fell, a choir from the Chinese Methodist Church in Remuera sang for the crowds.
Francesca Zampollo explored the 'Taste of meaningful food' and festival goers wrote on her Memory Cloth about their meaningful food experiences.
David Wong from the Orakei Local Board opened Remuera's Chinese New Year celebration.
Time for a trim and blow wave at Lord's Barber, Remuera.
Winning Lantern by Ellen Loftus, Meadowbank School. Displayed in Lighthouse Remuera, 1 St Vincent Avenue.
'Life likes summers flowers' by Alvin Xiong.
BBC Jazzmen found a sunny spot for a set or two.