Event

Lunar New Year Entertainment Schedule

February 17 through February 25, 2018

 Saturday, February 17, 2018

Carousel Court

1 – 3pm
Lion Dance followed by UniStar Children’s Variety Show

3 – 4pm
International Feng Shui Master Kate Wong

4 – 5pm
Beijing Opera, Kung Fu & Music

Jewel Court

1 – 5pm
Vivid China Ensemble: Traditional Chinese Live Music 

 

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Carousel Court

1 – 2:30pm
UVSA’s Tet Festival & Gio Nam Lion Dance

3 – 4pm
TOP IDOL Performers by ETTV

4 – 5pm
K-POP Performance: JuNCurryAhn

Jewel Court

1 – 5pm
Vivid China Ensemble: Traditional Chinese Live Music

 

Monday, February 19, 2018

Carousel Court

1 – 5pm
Spring Festival Performance hosted by WeIrvine & CAMA

 
Jewel Court

1 – 5pm
Vivid China Ensemble: Traditional Chinese Live Music

 

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Carousel Court

1 – 2pm
A Little Dynasty: Chinese Children’s Orchestra

2 – 3pm
Bei Bei Fusion Chinese Quartet

3 – 5pm
UCI Student Band Tender Night: Chinese Pop Music & Dance

 

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Carousel Court

1 – 2pm
Korean Traditional Performance

2 – 2:30pm
Yaya Dance Academy: Chinese Traditional Dance

2 – 3pm
Chinese Qipao Show by Liren Model Group

3 – 5pm
UniStar Children’s Variety Show 

 

Families are invited to assemble decorative Lunar New Year lanterns celebrating The Year of the Dog.

Carousel Court
February 17, 18, 19, 24, and 25
from 1-5pm

 

Watch local artisans demonstrating traditional hand-crafted arts.
Select crafts will be available for purchase.

Carousel Court
Feb 17, 18, 19
from 1-5 pm

 

Photo Exhibition: Building A New Bridge: President Nixon’s Legacy in Three Chinese Cities
During the historical “week that changed the world,” President Nixon visited three cities in China. The trip’s enduring legacy – the friendship between the people of the United States and China – is captured in photographs.

Level 2 in Carousel Court
February 13 – March 4

 

Tales of Tradition Art Exhibit
Discover the traditions of Lunar New Year celebrations through exclusive art sculptures displayed throughout the center. Twelve papier-mâché dog figures, created by LIULI Crystal Art especially for South Coast Plaza, embody symbols, traditions and cultures of the most important festival celebrated in the Chinese society.

Center wide
February 13 – March 4