Lunar New Year Events

Chinese New Year Las Vegas

Lunar New Year Las Vegas Events

Las Vegas Spring Festival Parade

Saturday, February 5, 2022
11am – 1pm 
Downtown Las Vegas
Parade begins: Fourth Street and Gass
Parade ends: Fourth Street and Stewart

Spring Festival at Desert Breeze Community Center

Sunday, February 6, 2022
11am – 2pm  *FREE EVENT*
Performances, arts and crafts, vendors, food, workshops, and inflatables. 

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

The “Eye of the Tiger” display is free to enter and open daily through March 5.

Downtown Summerlin

The annual parade is February 1, 2022 at
6 pm and includes performances, fan dancers, and an oversized dragon. 

Guests can also visit the concierge for a complimentary red envelope filled with chocolate coins and surprise gift cards from February 1 – February 15.

The Venetian Resort

The waterfall atrium and gardens have been transformed for The Year of the Tiger. The installation, designed in part with a feng shui master, featured a 10′ tall tiger that is 13′ long and weights 1,500 pounds. 

Celebrations at The Venetian Resort will open on February 1, 2022, at 3 pm with a ceremonial lion dance and eye ceremony. 

The Grand Canal Shoppes

From February 1 through February 6 fan dancer performances will take place at St. Mark’s Square at 3 pm and at the Gazebo in Sky Garden at 3:30pm. 

On February 1, 2022 at 3pm, the center will open the new year celebrations at 3 pm with a Lion Blessing. 

Resorts World Las Vegas

On February 1, 2022, the Famous Foods Street Eats stage kick’s off celebrations with lion blessings, martial arts, Chinese singers, folk dancers, and a fashion show. 

The stage will host performances daily from January 28 – February 4 from 6 pm – 7:30 pm. 

The 50-foot LED Glove at The District will feature Lunary New Year-themed animations. 

The resort will host an extravagant dragon and lion dance on February 5 at 5 pm. 

Aria Las Vegas

The main lobby is decorated in Lunar New Year decor to honor the Year of the Tiger. A hand-sculpted solid chocolate Tiger weighing 225 pounds is the focus on the intricate display.

A 196-foot dragon can be found above the lobby as it dances around gold coins, cherry blossom clouds, and lanterns. 

MGM Grand

MGM Grand transforms for the Lunar New Year January 28 – Feburary 15. The resort is decorated with red and yello flowers, money trees, and banners offering blessings. 

Dragon Dance: February 6 at 3pm
main porte cochere.

Lion Dance at Palace Station 

Chinese New Year and the year of the Tiger will be celebrated at Palace Station with a lion dance on February 1 at 7 pm. The dance will roam the casino floor. 

Lion Dance at Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa 

Enjoy a celebratory lion dance on February 5 at 8pm. The dance will begin with a blessing and then roam the casino floor.

Fashion Show

The Lunar New Year Exhibit has immersive decor that allows you to walk through the history and beauty of Chinese New Year. 

On display throughout Fashion Show February 1 – February 16.

Wynn and Encore Las Vegas

Sculptures symbolizing the year of TIger adorn the entrance of the property. Two 8-foot golden dragons spread good luck to visits. The atrium at the Wynn displays  45-foot long silk dragons, 7,000 begonias plus mums and calandiva flowers amidst 60 tangerine trees.