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2020 Chinese New Year of the Rat Las Vegas

The Chinese New Year Las Vegas 2020 starts on January 25th. Known in China as Spring Festival, Chinese New Year is the longest and most important festivity in the chinese lunar calendar.

For a city that enjoys celebrating cultural diversity, Chinese New Year in Las Vegas is a sight to see. Every Chinese New Year, Las Vegas resorts transform their properties with extravagant displays and elaborate décor.

This coming year expect the Vegas mega resorts to go all out with stunning showcase of festive decorations, traditional Chinese cuisine and activities to commemorate the Year of the Pig as they usher in the Chinese New Year and wish wealth, good health and good fortune to all.

The festival ushers in the lunar New Year and is the western world Christmas and New Year's Eve all rolled into one.

Gong Xi Fa Cai Hong Bao Na Lai

People born during the Year of the Rat (a symbol of wisdom and prosperity) are intelligent, charming, quick-witted, practical, and ambitious.

2020 is the Year of the Earth Rat. The symbol is the first sign of the Chinese Zodiac, which consists of 12 animal signs.
This is your year if you were born in 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008 and 2020

Past and Future Chinese New Years

Year Chinese New Year Begins Symbol
2015 February 19
Year of the Goat, Sheep, or Ram
2016 February 8 Year of the Monkey
2017 January 28 Year of the Rooster
2018 February 16 Year of the Dog
2019 February 5 Year of the Pig
2020 January 25 Year of the Rat
2021 February 12 Year of the Ox
2022 February 1 Year of the Tiger
2023 January 22 Year of the Rabbit
2024 February 10 Year of the Dragon
2025 January 29 Year of the Snake
2026 February 17 Year of the Horse

Chinese New Year Las Vegas Facts

The Chinese zodiac follows a twelve year cycle with each of the years being named after an animal. The Chinese believe that the animal ruling one's birth year has a profound influence on personality and destiny.

The Chinese New Year varies per year but normally falls between January 21 and February 20.
The entire holiday lasts for 15 days and traditionally begins on the first day of the month in the Lunar calendar and ends with Lantern Festival which is on the 15th day.
People in China take up to a week off to celebrate and people in Hong Kong take 2-3 days
Chinese workers travel home, making this holiday the world's largest human migration.
Approximately 210 million people traveled by plane, bus and train in 2018 for Chinese New Year.
During Chinese New Year, the world record for most texts sent in a day is always broken.
In China, the official name of the Chinese New Year holiday is "Spring Festival", in Korea it's "Seol-lal" and in Vietnam it's "Tet New Year".
Apart from being a time to feast and reunite with family, the festivities are accompanied by a large array of customs and rituals.
Traditions of this holiday include wearing red clothes, hanging red signs and noise-making.
Round food items are an important part of the holiday and represent never-ending wealth.
Red envelopes containing money are given and symbolizes good luck and wards off evil spirits.

We wish everyone a Happy New Year. - 我们祝大家新年快乐

The Chinese Zodiac Calendar

pig
2019
rat
2020
Ox
2021

Things you should know about Chinese New Year Las Vegas 2020

Chinese New Year 2020, the Year of the Rat, falls on January 25th.

This coming years Chinese New Year in Las Vegas will be very festive and crowded.

Everything will be open. I mean everything. shops, casinos, bars, restaurants, buffets, attractions. You name it, it will be open on Chinese New Year.

During Las Vegas Chinese New Year, visitors to the city can enjoy auspicious dishes at the best Chinese restaurants in Las Vegas.

If money is not an issue here is a list of highly recommended restaurants you might consider calling ahead of time to make a reservation.

With that said, if Las Vegas is beckoning you this coming Chinese New Year, below are a few things you might want to put on your to-do list. (These events are from 2019 and will be updated with time.) You'll also find lots of resources and some money saving tips on this site while planning your Las Vegas Chinese New Year.

2019 Las Vegas Chinese New Year Events

Bellagio's Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

Bellagio Chinese New Year in Las VegasBellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens invites guests to celebrate the Year of the Pig during Chinese New Year with a vibrant display from January 12 - March 2, 2019.

The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens features a display that includes - In the East garden, as you enter the Conservatory is a breathtaking pavilion made of jade stone. The precious stone symbolizes six virtues in Asian culture: Benevolence, Righteousness, Wisdom, Bravery, Honesty & Cleanliness. At the South Garden, a representation of the grounds at the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees. The main feature of the temple grounds is the flower pagoda, closely guarded by two Chinese Fu Dogs.

The North Garden features a replica of the Golden Lotus Statue of Macau in celebration of their 20th year of independence. On either side of the Golden Lotus Statue of Macau stands Chinese lions representing strength and stability.

In the West Garden is the main feature on display representing the Year of the Pig. There you will find eight piglets surrounding a mother and father pig. 8 is a lucky number for this year. Flanking the garden are two majestic cherry blossom trees.

On view: January 12 - March 9, 2019 Free
Hours: Open 7 days a week, 24 hours. More Info.

The Venetian and The Palazzo

The Palazzo Las Vegas Year after year, The Venetian and The Palazzo commemorate this prosperous holiday in a big way.

Throughout The Venetian and The Palazzo, guests will find symbols that celebrate the Year of the Pig. The main feature on display at The Venetian and Palazzo's Waterfall Atrium and Gardens is an installation of a colossal golden pig sculpture. The 3,000-pound golden pig stands 16 feet tall and is surrounded by tangerine trees, chrysanthemums, orchids, succulents and bromeliads. There are also nine smaller pigs positioned throughout the resort.

Other planned activities will include a ceremonial dragon and lion dance, complete with firecrackers and eye painting ceremony. The dance will begin at The Venetian's lavish Porte Cochere, making its way through The Venetian lobby and casino, into The Palazzo Waterfall Atrium, through The Palazzo casino, lobby and end in the upper Palazzo Porte Cochere. The colorful spectacle will feature a parade of dancers and musicians dressed in elaborate costumes playing authentic music. Date/Time: February 5th at 3:00 p.m. Free

Wynn and Encore Las Vegas

Chinese New Year at Wynn Encore Las Vegas Wynn Las Vegas and Encore welcome guests with sculptures symbolizing the year of the Pig as you enter the property in the Wynn and Encore atriums and in front of the High Limits area at Encore. More than 7,000 vibrant begonias, mums and calandiva flowers also adorn the Wynn and Encore atriums and throughout the resorts to wish celebrators a healthy and prosperous New Year.

Celebrate The Year of the Pig at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore with a traditional lion and dragon dance ceremony starting at South Valet entrance at Wynn and and concluding at the Encore front desk. Guests can participate in the ceremony and follow the 90-foot-long dragon, and eight lions as they parade through Wynn and Encore to live music, firecrackers and special acrobatic shows performed by the lions. Free

ARIA Las Vegas

Year of the Pig ARIA Las Vegas In honor of the Year of the Pig, the main lobby at ARIA Resort and Casino will delight visitors with celebratory decorations starting Friday, Jan. 25. Upon entry to the main lobby, guests will be greeted by a 196-foot dragon, hanging from the lobby's ceiling and weaving its way around a spectacular money tree made up of 88 golden coins symbolizing wealth and good fortune with pigs surrounding the base of the tree. Pig sculptures covered in silver and gold leaves will be found throughout the floral décor. Also throughout the resort, guests also will encounter cherry blossoms, Chinese lanterns and lions.

Upon check-in guests will be greeted by 3 Chinese Deities: Fuk, Luk and Sau. Each about five feet tall and standing on a platform behind ARIA's front desk. The deities personify the important aspirations of mankind: happiness, wealth and longevity. Free

MGM Grand Las Vegas

Year of the Pig MGM Grand Las Vegas To celebrate of the Year of the Pig, the main lobby at MGM Grand Las Vegas is transformed into a Lunar New Year spectacle with a vibrant display featuring the iconic Leo the Lion surrounded by eight panda bears and eye-catching floral décor. Custom filigree arches with Year of the Pig medallions will hang between the lobby's columns. Upon check-in, guests will be greeted by six panda bears on the banks of the front desk. Free

Traditional Fan Dance at Grand Canal Shoppes

Traditional Fan Dance at Grand Canal Shoppes Grand Canal Shoppes inside The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas will kick off the Year of the Pig with two traditional Chinese fan dances above the waterfall on February 5th at 3:45 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

This is one festivity you don't want to miss. During and after the fan dance, more than 500 red envelopes will be handed out to guests. The envelopes will be filled with prizes - from gift cards to chocolate gold coins. Each red envelope will also be bundled with store coupons for participating Grand Canal Shoppes stores and restaurants. Date/Time: Feb. 5th at 3:45 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Free

Chinese New Year 2019 at The LINQ Promenade

Chinese New Year at The LINQ Promenade Celebrate the Year of the Pig at The LINQ Promenade with four days of festivities. Dates: Wednesday, Feb. 6 - Saturday, Feb. 9

Throughout the Chinese New Year celebration, The Promenade will be adorned with Chinese lanterns and decorations. Enjoy nightly performances at the LINQ Promenade Fountain Stage that includes live Chinese cultural performances, dramatic and energetic lion and dragon dances every night at 6 p.m., and music show on the High Roller. Also food and drink specials and daily prize drawings.

Four-Day Chinese New Year Celebration at The LINQ Promenade

Wednesday, Feb. 6
5 p.m. - Ribbon cutting with Chinese dignitaries and government officials.
6 p.m. - Lion dance performances by Lohan School of Shaolin
6:30 p.m. - The High Roller Lighting and Music Show every half hour starting at 6:30 p.m.
6:35 p.m. - 7:50 p.m. - National Award Winning Chinese Dance/Acrobatics Performances by the Guizhou Arts Troupe
8 p.m. - Contortionists
8:35 p.m. - Lunar New Year Giveaways with winners announced
Thursday, Feb. 7
5:20 p.m. - Miss Behave
6 p.m. - Lion dance performances by Lohan School of Shaolin
6:30 p.m. - The High Roller Lighting and Music Show every half hour starting at 6:30 p.m.
6:35 p.m. - 7:50 p.m. - National Award Winning Chinese Dance/Acrobatics Performances by the Guizhou Arts Troupe
8:35 p.m. - Lunar New Year Giveaways with winners announced
Friday, Feb. 8
5:20 p.m. - Bian Lian - Traditional Chinese Face-Changing performance
6 p.m. - Lion dance performances by Lohan School of Shaolin
6:30 p.m. - The High Roller Lighting and Music Show every half hour starting at 6:30 p.m.
6:35 p.m. - 7:50 p.m. - National Award Winning Chinese Dance/Acrobatics Performances by the Guizhou Arts Troupe
8:35 p.m. - Lunar New Year Giveaways with winners announced
Saturday, Feb. 9
6 p.m. - Lion dance performances by Lohan School of Shaolin
6:30 p.m. - The High Roller Lighting and Music Show every half hour starting at 6:30 p.m.
6:35 p.m. - 7:50 p.m. - National Award Winning Chinese Dance/Acrobatics Performances by the Guizhou Arts Troupe
8:35 p.m. - Lunar New Year Giveaways with winners announced

Dates: Wednesday, Feb. 6 - Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019
Location: The LINQ Promenade Confirmed
All entertainment is FREE and open to the public. Free

High Roller at The LINQ Las Vegas

the High Roller Las VegasAs you explore the $550 million dining, retail and entertainment district, LINQ Promenade, feast your eyes on the world's tallest observation wheel and iconic Vegas landmark, which will be lit up in red and gold on Wednesday, Feb. 6 - Saturday, Feb. 9 to mark the start of Chinese New Year festivities. Enjoy the High Roller Lighting and Music Show every half hour starting at 6:30 p.m.

While you're at it, ride the Las Vegas High Roller, soaring 55 stories over Sin City. Adorned with 1,500 LED lights and offering spectacular aerial views of Las Vegas or get an adrenaline fueled and electrifying experience on the Fly LINQ Zipline as you are launched from the top of the 114-foot-tall launch tower at The LINQ Hotel & Casino, and travel 1,121 feet above the entire lenght of The LINQ Promenade. More info.

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2019 Las Vegas Spring Festival Parade

Spring Festival To commemorate the rich history and celebrate the most important holiday of the Asian community, Las Vegas Spring Festival Parade is meant to bring the community together and showcase the most extravagant and gorgeous floats, elaborate costumes, and dragons.

The Las Vegas Spring Festival Parade will take place on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 11am. The Parade route will start at the intersection of Fremont and 11th Street and will end at the entrance of the Downtown Container Park, on Fremont and 7th Street. Immediately after the Parade, there will be a Parade after-Party at the Container Park from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. with cultural performances and lots of kids activities. Guests are invited to build their own complimentary lantern and toss red ribbons up into the wishing tree for good fortune in the coming year. Free
Confirmed

Spring Festival Parade After Party at Downtown Container Park

Downtown Container Park Don't miss the family-friendly after party celebration at Downtown Container Park.

The Spring Festival Parade after party celebration will include lion dances, youth hockey clinic by Vegas Golden Knights, martial arts demonstrations, acrobats, traditional Chinese music performances and folk dances. Children can make lanterns and free t-shirts in the craft area throughout the day. All entertainment is FREE and open to the public.
Downtown Container Park
Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019 from 12 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Free
Confirmed

Kick-Off Dinner & Ribbon-Cutting at the Fashion Show Mall
Lunar New Year Celebration

Celebrate Lunar New Year in the Desert at the Fashion Show Mall with dragon dance and cultural performances. Participate in the opening ceremonies, ribbon cutting and experience cultural performances, lions blessing and a cultural fashion runway show.
A ticketed VIP dinner that includes a family-style dinner and cocktails sponsored by Remy Martin can be purchased for $125

Location: The Great Hall Confirmed
Date: February 8, 2019: 5:30pm - 7:30p.m. Free

Chinese New Year Celebration at The Shops at Crystals
Chinese New Year Celebration at The Shops at Crystals

The Shops at Crystals in Las Vegas celebrates the Year of the Pig in a glamorous way. On display in the common area is a Golden Dragon measuring 25-feet tall and 55-feet long. The Chinese New Year Dragon weighs 3,000 pounds and is illuminated by more than 28,000 LED light points.

Witness the largest Yusheng Noodle Toss in the US and watch a traditional Chinese Lion Dance performance in the mall common area from acclaimed Martial Arts Studio and America's Got Talent finalists Yau Kung Moon. A traditional blessing by a monk will take place during a private celebration wishing everyone good luck, health and fortune in the new year.
11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Yusheng Noodle Toss
12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Lion Dance
1:30 p.m. Blessing Ceremony

Date/Time: February 6 from 11:00 am - 2:30 pm Free

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
The Forum Shops LED Dragon

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace welcomes a 22-foot-long, 6-foot wide and 12-foot-high high dragon illuminated dragon on display throughout the Chinese New Year celebratory season. A traditional symbol of power and good luck, the massive 950 lbs steel-framed dragon is covered in 30,000 flickering red and amber LED lights. The dragon can be seen at the Fortuna Terrace and goes on display January 9 and throughout February.

Confirmed Free

The Meadows School Chinese New Year Parade
Meadows School Chinese New Year Parade Las Vegas

To celebrate Chinese New Year and welcome the Year of the Pig, The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace welcome students from The Meadows School to perform traditional dragon parade throughout The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. The cast of singers and dancers includes 120 students from The Meadows School – 60 from kindergarten and 60 from fifth grade.

The parade will originate on the Fortuna Terrace near the giant, illuminated Chinese Dragon. A legendary creature in Chinese mythology and folklore, the dragon is a traditional symbol of power, strength, and good luck.
Event Date: Tuesday, Feb. 5th at 9 a.m. Confirmed Free

Las Vegas Chinatown Plaza

Las Vegas Chinatown Plaza Come celebrate the "Year of the Pig" at the largest and most exciting Chinese New Year Celebration destination in Las Vegas, The Chinatown Plaza in Chinatown Vegas on Sunday, February 17, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Chinatown Plaza Chinese New Year Celebration will feature traditional foods, vendor exhibits and entertainment for the entire family. Entertainment will feature the 150-foot long dragon parade, Chinese lion dance, Chinese kung-fu and martial art demonstrations, Chinese acrobat, Japanese taiko drummers and Korean dance.

"Chinese New Year Celebration" at Chinatown Plaza
Date: Sunday, February 17, 2019 Confirmed
Time: Celebration starts at 10:00am - 5:00pm; Entertainment: between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Admission: $3 for adults and $1 for children ages 6-12.; Children 5 and under are free.
Las Vegas Chinatown Plaza is located on Spring Mountain Road and Valley View Blvd. (4205 Spring Mountain Rd. Las Vegas NV 89102). From the Vegas Strip, board Route 203 westbound on Spring Mountain Road alongside Fashion Show Mall.

Downtown Summerlin Lunar New Year Celebrations
Downtown Summerlin Lunar New Year Celebrations

Celebrate the Year of the Pig at Downtown Summerlin on Tuesday, February 5 at 6 p.m. with a host of activities that will include:
Dragon & Lion Dance with Percussion Ensemble
Traditional Fan Dancers
Lucky red envelopes randomly filled with chocolate gold coins, DTS and Macy's gift cards
Asian-themed stilt-walkers

Event Date: Tuesday, February 5 at 6 p.m.
Location: Park Centre Drive Confirmed Free

Chinese New Year Las Vegas 2019 Dragon and Lion Dance schedule
Chinese New Year Dragon Dance Las Vegas

Symbolizing good luck and prosperity for the upcoming year, the dragon dance is an important ritual of Chinese culture. The Las Vegas annual celebration of Chinese New Year is marked by a spectacle and pageantry of the traditional Lion Dances throughout the city. Below is the location and schedule of some of the dances. Free

Year of The Pig Celebrations

Resort Location Date Time Location
The Forum Shops Feb 5 9 a.m.
The Venetian & The Palazzo Feb 5 3 p.m. The Venetian porte cochere and
through the casino to The Palazzo
MGM Grand Las Vegas Feb 5 4 p.m. Main lobby and through the casino
Downtown Summerlin Feb 5 6 p.m. Park Centre Drive
Park MGM Feb 5 7 p.m. from Eataly and through the casino
Hakkasan Feb 5 8 p.m.
The Shops at Crystals Feb 6 12 noon Through the common area
Bellagio Hotel & Casino Feb 6 4 p.m. Main porte cochere
and through the casino
The LINQ Promenade Feb 6 6 p.m. Fountain Stage
The Cosmopolitan Feb 7 3 p.m. beginning at Las Vegas Blvd entrance
The LINQ Promenade Feb 7 6 p.m. Fountain Stage
ARIA Resort & Casino Feb 7 6:30 p.m. Main porte cochere/valet
and through the casino
The Cromwell Feb 8 2 p.m. casino floor
Flamingo Las Vegas Feb 8 2:45 p.m. Flamingo's South West Entrance
Harrah's Las Vegas Feb 8 3:45 p.m. Harrah's Hotel Lobby (lions)
The LINQ Hotel & Casino Feb 8 5 p.m. The LINQ Hotel Lobby
Fashion Show Mall Feb 8 5:30 p.m. Live authentic dragon dance
and an eye painting ceremony
The LINQ Promenade Feb 8 6 p.m. Fountain Stage
Downtown Container Park Feb 9 12 noon. Las Vegas Spring Festival Parade - Starting at
the intersection of Fremont and 11th Street, ending
at entrance of Downtown Container Park
Las Vegas South Premium Outlets Feb 9 12 noon In the shopping center
Planet Hollywood Feb 9 12 noon Through casino floor
Paris Las Vegas Feb 9 1 p.m. Paris Hotel Lobby
Bally's Las Vegas Feb 9 2 p.m. Bally's North Entrance
Caesars Palace Feb 9 5 p.m. Caesars' Main Entrance
The LINQ Promenade Feb 9 6 p.m. Fountain Stage
M Resort Feb 9 6:15 p.m. through the casino floor
Tropicana Feb 9 8 p.m. Casino floor
Rampart Casino Feb 9 9:30 pm Casino valet entrance
Palace Station Feb 10 7:30 p.m. Casino floor
Rio All-Suites Hotel Casino Feb. 13 6:00 p.m. Rio's Hotel Lobby (lions)
Gold Coast Hotel Feb. 13 7 p.m. & 9 p.m On the casino floor
Suncoast Hotel and Casino Feb. 15 3 p.m. Lion Dance celebration around the casino floor
Chinatown Festival Feb 17 10:00am - 5:00pm Lion / Dragon Dance & Martial Arts
(Lohan School of Shaolin)

Top 10 Las Vegas Chinese Restaurants

Good places to eat in Las Vegas on Chinese New Year

Celebrate the Year of the Pig with festive menus and specials. Below is a list of some Las Vegas restaurants that will prepare specialty menus and dishes for the Chinese holiday celebration.

Restaurant Location Average $$ Reservations
Red 8 Wynn Las Vegas $$$ (702) 770-7770
Hakkasan Restaurant MGM Grand $$$ (702) 891-7888
Blossom ARIA Resort & Casino $$$$ (702) 590-7111
Lemongrass ARIA Resort & Casino $$ (702) 590-7111
Jasmine Bellagio $$$ (702) 693-8865
Noodles
Bellagio $$$ (702) 693-8865
China Tang MGM Grand $$$ (702) 892-3110
Morimoto Las Vegas MGM Grand $$$ (702) 892-3001
Rice and Company Luxor $ (702) 262-4774
Noodle Shop Mandalay Bay $ (702) 632-6071
China Poblano by José Andrés The Cosmopolitan $$ (702) 698-7900
Beijing Noodle No. 9 Caesars Palace $$ 702-731-7110
MR CHOW Caesars Palace $$$$ 702-731-7888
Mott32 The Palazzo Resort $$$ (702) 607-7777
Tao Asian Bistro The Venetian $$$$ (702) 388-8338
Red Plate Cosmopolitan Las Vegas $$$$ (702) 698-7000
Wing Lei Wynn Las Vegas $$$$ (702)770-9966
Ping Pong Pang Gold Coast Hotel $ 702-367-7111
Noodle Exchange Gold Coast Hotel $$ 702-367-7111
Ondori Asian Kitchen The Orleans Hotel $$ 702-365-7111
Bacchanal Buffet Caesars Palace $$  
Studio B Buffet M Resort $  
Rampart Buffet Rampart Casino $ 702-507-5900
Hong Kong Café
The Palazzo Casino Floor $$ 702-607-2220
I Ching coins

The Chinese symbols on the coins read, "may your happiness be according to your wishes," and the reverse of the coin reads, "live as long as the tortoise and the crane."

I Ching coins

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You can see it. You can experience it. But, you won’t believe it!. Be awed by a dynamic theatrical landscape of KÀ.

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O by Cirque du Soleil

O by Cirque Du SoleilO by Cirque du Soleil Cirque du Soleil weaves an aquatic tapestry of artistry, surrealism and theatrical romance in the timeless production, “O.”

A continuous visual montage that combines circus acts, acrobatics, synchronized swimming and high diving.

Showing at the Bellagio

Prices from $107
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Terry Fator – Ventriloquism in Concert

Terry FatorYou've never seen Terry Fator until you've seen Terry Fator & His Cast of Thousands, only at The Mirage Las Vegas.

Packed with new impressions, new celebrity voices, new puppets and more laughs than ever -- Terry Fator & His Cast of Thousands fills the stage with celebrity singing impressions and unparalleled ventriloquism, backed by a sizzling live band.

Showing at the Mirage

Prices from $60
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The Beatles Love by Cirque du Soleil

The Beatles LOVELOVE brings together the magic of Cirque du Soleil with the spirit and passion of the most beloved rock group of all time – The Beatles. The exuberance of The Beatles will be channeled through the youthful, urban energy of a cast of 60 international artists. Explores the essence of love that John, Paul, George and Ringo inspired during their astonishing adventure together

Performance: 7:00pm & 10:00pm, Thursday through Monday
Dark Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Showing at the The Mirage

Prices from $75
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How to get to Chinatown Las Vegas from the Vegas Strip by bus

Chinatown is located on Spring Mountain Road and Valley View Blvd. From Las Vegas Blvd and Spring Mountain Road, board Route 203 westbound on Spring Mountain Road alongside Fashion Show Mall.

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