Every year the druids of Moonglade hold a celebration of their city’s great triumph over an ancient evil. During the Lunar Festival, citizens of Azeroth have the opportunity to honor their elders by celebrating their sage wisdom, sharing in magnificent feasts... and of course, lighting fireworks.
The celebration has begun in Moonglade and your Lunar Festival Invitation is waiting. Join in the fun by dressing up in your Lunar Festival finery, launching fireworks, and paying homage to the Elders throughout Azeroth.
When: January 21 – February 4
Where: Moonglade and various world locations
Collect Coins of Ancestry by paying homage to the various Elders throughout Azeroth and you’ll be able to purchase a variety of holiday items from the vendor in Moonglade including the Everlasting Alliance Firework, Everlasting Horde Firework, Lunar Lantern companion, Festive wear, and more.
Gather your friends together and purchase the new Dragon Head Costume, Dragon Body Costume, and Dragon Tail Costume to create a dragon chain and swarm the city avenues or do a little pre-raid warm-up dragon line. Line up enough body sections and you may even able to find out how many people it takes to stretch all the way around Dalaran!
Demi-god Omen stirs once more beneath the waters of Moonglade’s Lake Elune’ara and is ready to take on more powerful heroes.
To Honor One’s Elders
For those who have yet to earn it, completing the Lunar Festival achievements below will reward the achievement, To Honor One’s Elders, and reward the title of Elder.
- Elders of Cataclysm
- Elders of Kalimdor
- Elders of the Horde
- Elders of Northrend
- Lunar Festival Finery
- Frenzied Firecracker
- Elders of Eastern Kingdoms
- Elders of the Dungeons
- Elders of the Alliance
- 50 Coins of Ancestry
- The Rocket’s Red Glare
- Elune’s Blessing
Visit Wowhead’s Lunar Festival Guide to learn more.