Chinese New Year Concert and Celebration
There are many ways to celebrate the Chinese New Year also known as the Lunar New Year. For example, communities across the world partake in fireworks, lion dances, duilian decorations, dragon dances, and much more. Many celebrating families gift money-filled red envelopes to one another, a gesture symbolic of good fortune. Meals are often a staple of these celebrations, and dishes such as Buddha’s delight and fish that symbolize surplus are served. While there are a variety of customs, and not all celebrations look alike, participants seem to agree on this one thing: Chinese New Year is a time to celebrate family.
Chinese New Year With The San Francisco Symphony
Gather together with loved ones on Saturday, February 13th, to attend the San Francisco Symphony’s Chinese New Year Concert at Davies Symphony Hall.
The day will brim with activities, offerings, and opportunities. Prior to the show, witness a vibrant reception complete with calligraphy, dancing, tea, and much more. From ribbon dances to children’s red-envelope activities, this pre-event is an event of its own! Moreover, after the concert, guests can opt to enjoy an imperial dinner, a true feast. Make sure to inquire with the venue in advance regarding the after-concert dinner option.
The Year Of The Monkey
In 2015, we celebrated the year of the Goat. In 2017, we’ll celebrate the Rooster. This year, however, is the year of the Monkey. Each year is unique. Begin this one with a trip to the symphony, and allow yourself the pleasure of a handsome limousine, antique auto, charter bus, motorized trolley, party van, or other luxury transportation service.
The concert falls on Valentine’s Day weekend. This means that, on top of typical urban weekend traffic, drivers will be battling the extra roadway congestion that comes with holiday activities. Why not leave the driving to the professionals? NLS Limos’ chauffeurs are highly trained and always punctual. They are familiar with the best routes for the time of day, the day of week, and other Bay Area circumstances.
Your safety and comfort are our top priorities. It would be our pleasure to drive you to Davies Symphony Hall at 201 Van Ness Avenue, a part of the San Francisco’s Civic Center. Contact Nationwide Limousine Service at 800-339-8936.