Year of the Rooster

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Chi­nese New Year kicks off on Jan­uary 28 with 15 days of fes­tiv­i­ties. Find out how to cel­e­brate.

GOLD I COINS, LANTERNS AND MORE

Here comes the Year of the Rooster. Jan­uary 28 marks the start of the Chi­nese New Year, 15 days of cel­e­bra­tion for the spring fes­ti­val. The Bel­la­gio’s Conservatory & Botan­i­cal Gar­dens turn into a Chi­nese won­der­land with decor. Last year fea­tured top­i­aries shaped like chil­dren, an 18-foot money tree with 384 gold coins and I Ching coins hang­ing from the ceil­ings. The Vene­tian and Palazzo go all in with Chi­nese New Year decor that last year fea­tured lanterns, I Ching coins and a lion dance com­plete with the dot­ting of thee eyes and fire­crack­ers. Aria’s decor fea­tures a 229-foot dragon in the main lobby, weav­ing its way through Chi­nese lanterns and a money tree with 88 gold coins. Tan­ger­ine trees, red and yel­low chrysan­the­mums and a 90-foot dragon high­light the decor at Wynn Las Ve­gas. The Linq Prom­e­nade fea­tures three days of live dragon and lion dances from Jan­uary 28-30. The Fo­rum Shops at Cae­sars fea­tures a 22-foot dragon made from 950 pounds of steel with red and am­ber LED lights. Bonus: All is free.

Bel­la­gio Conservatory & Botan­i­cal Gar­dens

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