2021 YEAR OF THE OX
Las Vegas commemorates the Chinese New Year with an array of decadent culinary offerings, breathtaking décor and lively experiences for visitors throughout February. Watch for parade-like lion dances winding their way through casinos. Restaurants will be offering special meals to celebrate, and Las Vegas commemorates the Chinese New Year with an array of decadent culinary offerings, breathtaking décor and lively experiences for visitors throughout February 11, see beautiful displays of flowers at the BELLAGIO Conservatory and VENETIAN - PALAZZO Atrium. Many hotels put up decorations and symbols of luck.
THE FASHION SHOW MALL Celebrates Lunar New Year with a cultural performance as dragons and lions parade through the center on Saturday, Feb. 13. Walk through the Great Hall to experience the history and beauty of Chinese New Year with the annual lantern garden dance performances every Thursday – Sunday from Friday, Feb. 12 through Friday, Feb. 26.
BELLAGIO CONSERVATORY & BOTANICAL GARDENS celebrates the Year of the Ox with a captivating “A Season of Love” Lunar New Year display open through Saturday, March 6.The centerpiece of the Conservatory is the West Bed’s Jade Pavilion, bordered by a Bonsai tree and a graceful willow tree – both towering over a bed filled with a selection of shrubs, dozens of metallic cattail plants and artistic copper Bonsai tree rain fountains with individually hand-stamped leaves.
THE FORUM SHOPS inside CAESARS PALACE are extending special offers for the Lunar New Year through the end of February. Additionally, the shop’s décor features a 22-foot-long dragon that is not only a great photo opportunity for visitors, but is also a traditional symbol of power, strength and good luck.
FREMONT STREET EXPERIENCE, commemorates the Year of the Ox and is celebrating Chinese New Year with a special Viva Vision light and sound show on Friday, Feb. 12. The canopy will illuminate the pedestrian mall with all-new holiday-themed visuals created exclusively for the world’s largest single video screen.
WYNN LAS VEGAS will welcome guests into the resort with golden dragon statues at the Tower Suites entrance, as well as several ornate 45-foot silk dragons adorning the main atrium and Encore Esplanade. Offering more good fortune to guests, 60 citrus trees will be placed throughout the resort.
SAHARA LAS VEGAS is coming into 2021 strong like an ox with a special Chinese New Year menu at Northside Café & Chinese Kitchen, created by renowned Chef Guoming “Sam” Xin. In celebration of the Year of the Ox,
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