Welcoming the Chinese New Year in 2020, Chinese Arts Alliance of Nashville (CAAN) is hosting an exquisite Chinese New Year Banquet. Special menu includes cuisines from various parts of China.
Chinese New Year Banquet is an elegant ten-course event showcasing Lucky Bamboo China Bistro food artistry in celebration of the Chinese New Year complete with CAAN’s silent auction that supports CAAN. Its mission is to promote the awareness, understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the Chinese visual arts and performing arts.
Tickets are available Online here. Come join us and make your reservations early!
Chinese New Year Ten-Course Banquet
Date: January 26, Sunday, 2020
Time: 5 PM-8:00 PM (seating starts at 5 PM, banquet served at 5:30 PM)
Venue: Lucky Bamboo China Bistro (Voted Nashville Scene – Best of Nashville Chinese Restaurant for 5 consecutive years)
Early Bird Tickets (purchased by Jan 8, 2020) $70 per person, $650 per table of 10 persons
General Tickets (purchased from Jan 9 –Jan 18, 2020) $85 per person, $800 per table of 10
All ticket purchases are required by Jan 18, 2020.
(CAAN is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit arts organization. Forty percent of your tickets paid is tax deductible. Restaurant's service-fee is included in the ticket.)
-The Banquet is a ten-course set-menu event, no substitute. Thank you for understanding.
-Tea (hot or cold) and water are included.
-Wine and beer are not included; but it is available to purchase at the event.
-Free parking space is in front of the restaurant.
Is my registration/ticket transferable?
Yes, it is transferable. Please do let Chinese Arts Alliance know whom you are transferring to.
Is there kid (under 18) ticket?
No, all tickets are the same--one single ticket per person, and one table ticket for ten people.
Can I substitute dishes from the menu?
No. This is a set menu event. Thank you for understanding.
What if I would like to sit with my friends at this event when we bought our tickets separately?
No problem. Just send us an e mail whom you will like to sit next to at the same table by Friday Jan 18.
What is the refund policy?
There is no refund policy. However, if you can’t make it, you can transfer tickets to your friends or family.
Can I bring Alcohol to the event?
No., you can't bring your own alcohol (wine or beer) or other food to the event. If you prefer your own alcohol, a cork fee is suggested. Thank you for understanding.
If you bring your own alcohol, a Corkage Fee will be charged.
Can I share the event with my friends and family?
Yes, please do pass on this event to anyone who is interested in an exciting Chinese New Year Celebration or Chinese food.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact us through CAAN's website: www.ChineseArtsAlliance.org
Happy Chinese New Year of the Mouse!