Chinese Lantern Festival Announces it's Open Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve at Popular South Florida Park
Chinese Lantern Festival is Open for the Holidays! Come out to enjoy Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve at Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill.
By: Hanart Culture
"This is a totally immersive experience of Chinese culture, multi-hued 'The Wild' animal lantern displays, live entertainment, authentic Chinese food, hand-made gifts by Chinese craftspeople, and more," said Zhao. "Broward County residents and guests have never seen anything like this before right in their own neighborhood!"
Visitors enjoy live Kung Fu performances each evening, Asian puppetry (Shadowplay)
"We call these lanterns, but make no mistake these are not hand-held candle-lit lamps," says event producer George Zhao. "From humble beginnings of silk and paper, the Chinese lantern has evolved into the wondrous shapes and sizes of our modern era. Our exquisite shapes are lit from within by thousands of LED bulbs, yet still made by hand of silks, satin and natural materials."
Tickets are available for adults online for $21.00 and for $25 at the gate. Children 12 and under prices are $12.50 online and $15 at the gate. Free for Children age 3 and under in the company of a parent or adult supervisor. Discounts will be available for groups of 12 or more.
Dates and Hours:
Wednesday through Sundays, 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., last entry at 9:30 p.m.
Last Day: Monday, January 15th
Purchase tickets www.chineselanternfestival.com.
About Central Broward Regional Park. Central Broward Regional Park is located at 3700 NW 11th Place, Lauderhill, Florida, 33311, right next door to the Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop. To contact the Park call (954) 357-5400. The park grounds include a 15,000-seat stadium, water park, covered picnic spaces, nature trail and more. There is a nominal weekend parking fee for the park entry.
Event Sponsors: Broward County Parks & Recreation; City of Lauderhill; Lauderhill Regional Chamber of Commerce; Winterfest Boat Parade; Sun Sentinel Newspaper; OutFront Media, and more.
Chinese Lantern Festival, Hanart Culture
Page Updated Last on: Nov 28, 2017