LAS VEGAS—Boyd Gaming properties across southern Nevada will kick off The Year of The Dog with
special gaming and dining promotions as well as celebratory events and Lion’s Dance Performances.


Gold Coast Hotel and Casino
/ 702-367-7111 / www.goldcoastcasino.com
Guests of all ages are invited to welcome The Year of the Dog by experiencing Gold Coast Hotel and
Casino’s authentic cultural celebration. The property will host its annual Lion’s Dance parade
throughout the casino floor on Thursday, February 22 at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. The parade will
include several dragons, a percussion procession and characters that will make several stops to pull
ceremonial lettuce from the ceiling and toss the leaves to spectators as a symbol of luck. In accordance
with Chinese traditions, tangerine trees will line the table games pit and candy will hand from trees
throughout the casino. The property kicks off Chinese New Year beginning Feb. 16 with the
decorations.

Throughout the month, players can also enjoy Lucky Table Hot Seat Drawings every Tuesday from 3
p.m. to 1 a.m. in February (on the 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th). Eight winners will be awarded every hour for a
total of 88 winners per day, where they will win $100 in chips from 3 p.m. to midnight and $200 in
chips at 1 a.m.

Visitors can elevate their Chinese New Year experience with authentic Chinese cuisine at Ping Pang
Pong and the Noodle exchange. Ping Pang Pong offers a wide variety of authentic traditional Chinese
dishes, while the quick and convenient Noodle Exchange will offer its house specialty, mini hot pots.
Just for Chinese New Year, Ping Pang Pong will present its traditional gold-brick shaped New Year
Sweet Rice Cake called “Nian Gao,” symbolizing ascending prosperity and opportunity in the coming
year. The delicious classic offering is stamped with 999.9 Pure Good Luck Brick. Guests are invited to
purchase the item to take home to enjoy with family. The cake can be sliced into small pieces to cook in
sweet soup or as the restaurant prepares it, steamed and pan-seared with egg. It will be available for
purchase on Feb. 1 to the 18th and dine-in guests will be able to enjoy it until Feb. 25. An approximately
one pound cake will be priced at $13.99 and the price for dine in including three square pieces seared
with egg is $4.88 per order.


The Orleans Hotel and Casino
/ 702-365-7111 / www.orleanscasino.com
The Orleans Hotel and Casino invites guests to enjoy a celebratory Chinese New Year Gala on February
21 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. Ticket prices start at $35 and can be purchased at the Orleans Showroom
box office.


Suncoast Hotel and Casino
/ 702-636-7111 / www.suncoastcasino.com
A festive Lion’s Dance celebration will be hosted at Suncoast Hotel and Casino on Wednesday,
February 21 around the casino floor beginning at 2:45 p.m. The traditional lion’s and dragon is
believed to bring good luck and fortune. The dance will include three lions, one dragon, four musicians,
two buddhas and Grandmaster Steve (Dashi). Spectators can also “feed” money in red envelopes that
will be distributed to the dragon to bring good luck. The parade will culminate at 3:45 p.m. at the
entrance to Peng Zu, the property’s newest dining experience featuring Asian favorites and authentic
tastes. Boyd senior leadership will be part of the celebration, as the Lion’s dance blesses the newest
restaurant to the local Summerlin property.

Peng Zu will also offer a special Chinese New Year menu February 16 through the 25th. during its
regular dinner hours Sunday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 4
p.m. to 10 p.m. The menu will feature barbeque pork buns (3 pieces for $, seafood with vegetable and
bean thread noodle ($19) and drunken noodles ($14).

Boyd Gaming is also the inaugural sponsor of China Lights, a world-class China lights festival being held at
Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas now through Feb. 25. The festival is illuminated with more than
40 larger-than-life lantern displays, comprised of more than 1,000 components using state-of-the-art LEDs and
animation. It also includes cultural demonstrations and displays, traditional Asian and western dining options,
and nightly live stage entertainment.

For Chinese New Year, China Lights is celebrating Feb. 16 through Feb. 18. A special close-range
firework show honoring the Year of the Dog will take place on Friday evening after the main performances to
kick off the holiday season. Additionally, special performances and cuisine will be showcased throughout the
weekend. Each guest that attends during the weekend will also receive a red envelope, symbolizing wealth and
good fortune in Chinese culture, filled with a special offer.