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The Kennedy Center’s Lunar New Year celebration returns Jan. 27-Feb. 6 with free festivities as part of the “Year of the Tiger.”

The REACH campus will showcase around 100 lanterns, made up of 10,000 colorful LED lights and made by Chinese artisans, every night from January 27 to February 6.

The Kennedy Center’s Lunar New Year celebration returns with a display of colorful winter lanterns and two weekends of special evening programs celebrating Chinese and Korean arts and culture.

The REACH campus will showcase around 100 winter lanterns, made up of 10,000 colorful LED lights and made by Chinese craftsmen. To be seen every evening from January 27 to February 6.

The REACH campus will showcase around 100 winter lanterns, made up of 10,000 colorful LED lights and made by Chinese craftsmen. To be seen every evening from January 27 to February 6.

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