LAS VEGAS—New Tang Dynasty Television's (NTDTV) highly celebrated Chinese New Year Spectacular finally comes to Las Vegas this year and will hold a show on January 21. The Spectacular, which features the Divine Performing Arts, draws its artistic inspirations from the 5,000 years of traditional culture of China, or the Divine Land. Presenting classic Chinese dance and music, the Spectacular aims to bring the audience an artistic feast of pure honesty, kindness, and beauty.
Las Vegas, known as the world's entertainment capital, has been a showcase for many internationally acclaimed artists and performing arts programs, such as The Phantom of the Opera, Ma Ma Mia, Cirque du Soleil's KA and Love, celebrating the legacy of the Beatles, Jubilee, Celine Dion, Barry Manilow, Toni Braxton, to name a few. In addition to year-round entertainment programs, travelers will also find in Las Vegas a large offer of music, comedies, theaters and stage performances.
As one of the largest hotels in Las Vegas, Hilton has a grand ambiance and has a unique style of interior design. The lobby is lavishly decorated with extravagant chandeliers and paintings that will not look out of place in an art museum. Hilton Theater has been a host of many world-renowned performers. Elvis Presley once performed at Hilton year-round and caused a lot of sensation. Tony Bennett, Donna Summer, and ZZ Top have also given long-term performances at Hilton.
Hilton Theater features world-class stereo equipments and a giant stage. The theater accommodates 1,700 seats and no seat is more than 87 feet from the stage.
Although fully booked for shows, the Hilton Theater made it available for the Chinese New Year Spectacular, featuring the Divine Performing Arts and classic Chinese culture and arts.
Headquartered in New York, the Divine Performing Arts has been the star of NTDTV's annual Chinese New Year Spectacular. In 2007, the Divine Performing Arts toured the four continents including Europe, Asia, America and Australia, presenting 82 performances and reaching more than 200,000 audiences around the world. In 2008, the show will have an even more extended world tour, presenting over 200 performances and reaching an estimated number of 650,000 audiences.
Venue: Hilton Theater in Las Vagas
Address: 3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Ticket Price: $70-$120