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Ceremonial dragon and lion dance at the Venetian

A ceremonial dragon and lion dance, complete with firecrackers and eye painting ceremony, will begin at The Venetian’s lavish Porte-Cochere, making its way through The Venetian Casino, into the atrium of The Shoppes at The Palazzo, through The Palazzo Casino 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.

When: Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009
THIS EVENT HAS PASSED

Where: The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas

Cost: Free

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Cultural, The Strip, Dance performance

Event posted Jan. 23, 2009
Last updated Jan. 23, 2009

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