Year of the Rooster
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