14 photos inside Universal Studios Hollywood's Lunar New Year celebration where there's a pop-up 'Kung Fu Panda' restaurant
Added 01-25-20 12:14:02am EST - “Insider previewed the park's annual celebration with character meet-and-greets and performances runs daily through February 2 at the California park.” - Businessinsider.com
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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Businessinsider.com: “14 photos inside Universal Studios Hollywood's Lunar New Year celebration where there's a pop-up 'Kung Fu Panda' restaurant”. Below is an excerpt from the article.
Universal Studios Hollywood transformed its plaza into a festive garden with activities, performances, and a pop-up restaurant to celebrate Lunar New Year for the year of the rat.
"We value different cultures and Chinese New Year's celebration is one of the examples where we don't only want to entertain the ones who are already celebrating Chinese New Year, we also want to bring this tradition and also this spirit to other people who maybe didn't experience it before," Universal Studios Hollywood ambassador Amy Tang told Insider of the park's annual tradition, which is now in its fifth year at USH.
A lot of guests were on hand for the kick-off day to watch traditional lion dances, check out a pop-up restaurant themed around a character from "Kung Fu Panda," and take photos with a Mandarin-speaking Megatron from the "Transformers" franchise.
There's no extra cost to enjoy the Lunar New Year festivities. It's included with the price of regular admission (one-day tickets start at $109) to the park. If you're planning on going to USH from now through February 9 while the festivities are in place, here's what you can expect to see and do.
If you're coming from Universal's City Walk, you'll see event decorations before arriving at the park entrance. The store outside the park is decorated for the occasion.
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