Shen Yun takes you on an unforgettable adventure of a lost civilization. All-new program with around twenty masterful dances and songs bring Asia’s celebrated past to life on stage with live orchestra...

Shen Yun Performing Arts 2017

Presented by Falun Dafa Association of Victoria

New York-based Shen Yun showcases the world's top classical Chinese dancers along with live music by the Shen Yun Orchestra.

Shen Yun returns to Festival Theatre from 27 April - 30 April 2017 as part of its global tour with an all-new program of around twenty masterful dances and songs. It opens the gates to a lost civilisation, where ancient myths and legends come to life, where dance and music connect with Heaven and Earth. With the richly expressive art of classical Chinese dance, ground-breaking musical compositions, and cutting-edge, interactive stage effects, Shen Yun is leaving millions around the world in awe.

Brilliant choreography… extravagantly beautiful.
— Broadway World
This is what they mean when they use the word entertainment.
— Brooklyn View
Don’t see it once, see it twice!
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27 – 29 Apr 2017


1:30pm: 29 Apr

7:30pm: 27 - 29 Apr


2hrs 15mins




Premium Adult $159.00

A Reserve Adult $129.00

B Reserve Adult $89.00

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Age Suitability

Suitable for ages 4+

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