When Is It: Saturday, January 25th, 2020. 2019 Event Schedule: The main 3 days of the celebration are centered on Chinese New Year (Spring Festival), but other smaller events also stretch an additional 2 weeks until the Lantern Festival on the 1st full moon of the Lunar Year. A full event schedule is listed at the bottom of this page (click to scroll).
A 12 foot high pig at the west bed of the Chinese New Year Year of the Pig display at the Bellagio Conservatory at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Monday, Jan. 14, 2019.
On the Lunar New Year’s Eve, Chinese people starts to greet each other through text or voice happy New Year messages, while later exchange Chinese New Year greetings face to face when visiting each other during the festival. Start the following lesson on the most popular sayings for Chinese New Year, with written Chinese characters, sound marks in pinyin, human voice pronunciation, and their.A Historic place of Landmarks, legends and lore with over 900 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.For nearly 2,000 years, the Chinese New Year has been celebrated with lanterns and this festival made its first appearance ever in Las Vegas! The Chinese New Year Celebration is on Feb. 16th, 2018. So plan on getting the full CNY Experience during that time. The whole festiveal is presented by Tianyu Arts. Their team of artisans are from Zigong.
There are few places better equipped to host a New Year’s extravaganza than Las Vegas. Every New Year’s Eve, Las Vegas’s epic casinos cast their light across the entire city, collectively drawing in crowds of more than 30,000 people. At midnight, the casinos launch a choreographed fireworks display, firing more than 80,000 rockets from.Read More
The Venetian Resort Las Vegas offers guests a variety of ways to celebrate Chinese New Year, including an Instagram-worthy art installation, exciting entertainment, and.Read More
Fremont Street Chinese New Year in the Desert Holds the Spring Festival Parade on Fremont Street from 11th to 7th streets from 11 a.m.-noon Feb. 9 with floats, costumes, dragons and more. And from.Read More
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Ring in the Chinese New Year in Chicago! The city is welcoming the Year of the Rat with a city-wide celebration from Jan. 24 through Feb. 9, 2020. Enjoy a signature concert featuring musicians directly from China, along with colorful parades, culinary events, a lantern procession, and more. Explore some of the top things to do during Chinese New Year in Chicago.Read More
Lining up plans in Los Angeles? Whether you're a local, new in town, or just passing through, you'll be sure to find something on Eventbrite that piques your interest.Read More
To celebrate Chinese New Year 2019 and welcome the Year of the Pig, The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace is once again installing a massive 950-lb Chinese dragon display. A steel structure covered in.Read More
Las Vegas Coronavirus (COVID-19) reopening update. Free Parking on the Strip The following Las Vegas strip hotels plan to waive parking fees when they reopen: Bellagio Las Vegas, MGM Grand Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, The Mirage Las Vegas, Luxor Las Vegas, Excalibur Hotel and Casino, New York New York Hotel and Casino, Park MGM Las Vegas, ARIA Las Vegas and The Cosmopolitan.Read More
Happy New Year! Las Vegas is celebrating in several ways! Here are a few places to go to celebrate. Lunar New Year Parade at Downtown Summerlin. February 6th at 6:00pm. FREE; 1980 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89135; Enjoy a festive dragon and lion dance with percussion ensemble, stilt walkers, traditional fan dancers and lucky red envelope giveaways filled with gift cards and more!. Visit.Read More
See Who's Going to Chinese New Year in the Desert 2020 in Las Vegas, NV! Also known as the Las Vegas Spring Festival, the Chinese New Year in the Desert festival in Las Vegas celebrates Chinese culture and heritage, Vegas-style. The event features the traditional dragon dance, a dancing lion display, acrobats, martial arts and kung fu demonstrations, noodle pulling, d.Read More