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Entertainment

Cultural Performance
Nightlife in Zhangjiajie is never dull. Endless recreational activities ensure locals and visitors enjoy night time in the city.

Charming Western Hunan Show
A performance exploring the simplicity but mysteriousness of Zhangjiajieís local folk customs, including the age-old (Xiangxi Sacrifice), full-bodied (Miaojia Wine Drink), bold and unrestrained (Xiangzi Miaojia Drum), amorous (Tujia date), humorous (Tujia Kujia), mystery (Xiangxi Corpse Chase), and straightforward (Maogusi Dance). Dancing, singing, traditional Chinese acrobatics, and Qigong precede with the show ending with a huge bonfire.

Tianmen Fox Fairy Show
This show originated from a traditional Chinese myth and folk tale, Love between Man and Fox, integrating elements of folk music and modern art with actual mountains, deep valley serving as the stage background. Performed at the foot of the Tianmen Mountain, the show is extravagant, a feast for the eyes. It is performed every night with the exception of harsh winter months. Because of the open-air format of the show visitors are advised to bring a jacket during cooler months. Tickets are available from most travel agencies or hotels.

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