LEGO reveal Lunar New Year sets for 2024

Tristan Stringer
Lego Chinese Lunar New Year Family Reunion Celebration

At this year’s Chinese International Import Expo, LEGO revealed a lot of sets for the upcoming Lunar New Year.

This takes place on February 10, 2024, so we should receive these amazing sets in January time. Check out all the sets below.

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Lego Chinese Lunar New Year Family Reunion Celebration Box

Much like in real life around Lunar New Year, this set contains 13 minifigures celebrating the Spring Festival in a traditional Chinese restaurant marvel of architecture. The Family Reunion Celebration includes a whopping 1,823 pieces, and yes that includes firework pieces too.

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Architecture fans will be happy to learn that the LEGO Architecture New York and Singapore Sets have massive discounts.

LEGO Auspicious Dragon – 80112

Lego Chinese Lunar New Year Auspicious Dragon

2024 marks the year of the Dragon, so naturally we’ll receive the Auspicious Dragon set for next year containing 1,171 pieces. This impressive dragon will rest on an equally good-looking rock face with wave-crashing effects.

It isn’t a dragon but the LEGO Star Wars AT-AT Walker being down to a historically low price is pretty fire.

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LEGO BrickHeadz Spring Festival Mickey Mouse – 40673

Lego Chinese Lunar New Year BrickHeadz Sping Festival Mickey Mouse

Disney fans aren’t being left out of the festivities, with Mickey Mouse getting the BrickHeadz treatment this Lunar New Year sporting traditional garb and a lantern. The brick count is not yet known for this set, but we know it’ll contain at least two large round pieces for Mickey’s ears.

Speaking of Mickey Mouse, the Lego Disney 100 Years of Animation Icons set is selling for its historic lowest-ever price.

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Lego Chinese Lunar New Year Festival Calendar

Keep track of the days with the Festival Calendar, a small set containing a gong-ringing minifigure with functioning date-changing capabilities. Not to mention it’s also atop a swimming dragon.

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Regions in Asia-Pacific should receive these sets first around December time with the rest of the world following next year in early 2024.

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About The Author

Tristan graduated from Southampton Solent University in 2020 with a bachelor's in TV, Media Production, and Journalism. Previously, he's written for Nintendo Life, Dualshockers, Pocket Tactics, The Digital Fix, VideoGamer, and The Loadout as a guide, list, features, and review writer. On top of being a massive figure collector and struggling New York Yankees fan, Tristan covers all things LEGO, Anime and Gaming for Dexerto, from reporting on news to writing features and guides.