a tradition of excellence

Since 1974,  Lee’s Golden Dragon has mesmerized Houston with captivating lion and dragon dance performances, infusing events with the richness of Asian culture. Our talented performers excel in lion dances, dragon dances, acrobatics, and drum exhibitions, meticulously crafting unforgettable experiences. With a passion for authenticity and attention to detail, we leave a lasting impression on guests. 

Serving a diverse range of clients across Texas, Louisiana, and the United States, notable organizations and individuals have trusted us, including the Houston Rockets, Fung’s Kitchen, Married at First Sight, Katy Asian Town, Yao Ming, and Festival International de Louisiane. 

Contact us to create a spectacular and tailored show for weddings, grand openings, and joyful celebrations.


Lion Dance

The Lion Dance is an ancient Chinese performance art dating back almost 2000 years. Modern day lion dance has evolved into a fun and thrilling display of music, culture, acrobatics, and crowd interactions.


Dragon Dance

The Dragon Dance is a spectacular sight to see. 8-10 performers expertly manipulate a flying dragon through the air with flips, waves, rolls and more as the dragon interacts with the crowd bringing good luck and good fortune to those around it.


Musical Drum Show

Discover the unique sounds and rhythms of the Lion and Dragon dances. Be transported to another era as Lee’s Golden Dragon musicians perform synchronized sets on large traditional drums.



Every second is an edge-of-your-seat moment when witnessing the daring stunts displayed by Lee’s Golden Dragon performers. These performers are also athletes that compete nationally in tournaments where the Lion traverses 10-15ft high steps while executing choreographed acrobatics.


cultural experience

A joy for all ages, audiences delight in the personal experience of taking part in a Lee’s Golden Dragon show. It is a true convergence of culture, music, spectacle and performance art.


Photo Op

Audience members love taking photos and selfies with our performers and not only does it add to the excitement it has proven to generate excellent social reach for the event as they share their experiences on social media platforms.


Have questions or comments? Send us a message below. We always love to learn and to hear from you. So please feel free to contact us and let us know how we can help you.

About us

Lee’s Golden Dragon Lion and Dragon Dance Association (美國德州李金龍關聖宮龍獅團) was founded in 1974 by Sifu Dr. Allen J. Lee. Our mission is to promote and preserve the rich tradition of lion and dragon dance throughout Texas and the United States.

With a strong focus on the southern style of lion dance, taught by the esteemed Sifu Siow Ho Phiew (蕭斐弘師傅), Lee’s Golden Dragon is dedicated to incorporating animal-like movements and expressions to create an authentic, immersive, and truly enjoyable experience for our audiences.

Driven by our passion for the art, our members have embarked on journeys across the nation and beyond, seeking opportunities to learn, collaborate, compete, and grow in the realms of lion and dragon dance. Alongside our artistic pursuits, we are deeply committed to serving our local community.

Whether you’re seeking an unforgettable experience that will captivate your senses or you aspire to join our esteemed team, we invite you to contact us to discover more about what Lee’s Golden Dragon has to offer.


2o25 year of the snake

performance schedule

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2o24 year of the dragon

performance schedule

Join us for an exciting array of live, public performances below!
Please note that dates and times may be subject to change, but we’ll do our best to keep you updated.

If you can’t catch us live, be sure to follow us on Instagram (@leesgoldendragonhtx) to join in on the fun virtually!

Last updated: February 19, 2024 

Saturday, 2/24

12:00 PM – Sushi Wabi
12:30 PM – Yokushi Robata
3:00 PM – Lyric Market
8:00 PM – Dragon Bowl C Noodle 

Sunday, 2/25

1:00 PM – Reel Seafood & Bar
4:00 PM – The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

* Admission required
† Located at Bellaire Blvd. and Corporate Dr.