Dragon Beer Garden features culturally-inspired snacks and non-alcoholic drinks by Cooperage 7 days a week overlooking the 200-foot Chinese Dragon lantern. Thursdays – Saturdays: beer, wine, and cocktails available. Specialty “mocktails” served for the duration of the Festival will become cocktails Thursdays – Saturdays with an addition of a variety of spirits. Snacks served in the Dragon Beer Garden include: chilled Chinese vegetable noodles with teriyaki mojo, green tea-infused deviled eggs with wasabi and ginger, and white truffle buttermilk ranch potato chips. Beer and wine options are Tsing Tao, Tiger Beer, Crabby's Ginger Beer, Sapporo, Yuengling, Heineken and a rotating tap of local craft beers served on the Cooperage Beer Bike (subject to change), and Underwood Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. Cocktails and mocktails include Thai Basil Limeade, Lychee & Coconut Water, and Moscow Mule served with a choice of vodka, gin, rum, whiskey, and cognac (Thursdays – Saturdays) or mango, strawberry, or pineapple syrup (nightly).
A performer changes masks quicker than you can blink in this 300-year tradition of the Sichuan opera. Begins May 3rd.
Three lovely ladies practice the 2,000-year-old art of spinning plates, combined with awe-inspiring acrobatics.
A talented young juggler shows his skills, juggling up to 6 rings even while clowning around.
Kung Fu Tea
This truly unique performance utilizes a long-stemmed tea pot in a routine called Kung Fu Tea.
The art of using body movements to make a hoop move can be dated back to ancient Egypt. See how many hoops a gymnast can twirl at one time.
Balance and Contortion
She can literally run circles around her head. This amazing performance of strength and stability will blow you away.
Traditional Chinese Dance
Dancers perform either a traditional Tibetan dance using long-sleeved dresses and slow movements, or the elegant peacock-inspired dance of the Dai Minority.
You don't have to speak the same language or even say a single word to share a laugh and a smile with someone.