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Unbubblievable! GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW Celebrates 10 Years in NYC

New York's GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW, with over 3,500 performances and seen by over half a million people, will enter its 10th year on February 15th at New World Stages (340 West 50 Street).

Nine years ago, Fan Yang brought his unique brand of bubble artistry to the Big Apple and has since wowed bubble lovers of all ages. Audiences are delighted with an unbubblievable experience, awashed with a bubble tide, and some even find themselves INSIDE a bubble. Mind-blowing bubble magic, spectacular laser lighting effects, and momentary soapy masterpieces will make you smile, laugh, and feel like a kid again.

GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW has made its mark in the US with resounding audience and critical acclaim. GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW's appeal extends well beyond the stage, having been featured on more national television shows than any other show on- or Off-Broadway, including appearances on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," "The David Letterman Show," "Live with Regis and Kelly," "The Ellen Degeneres Show," "The Today Show," "Good Morning America," "The StEve Harvey Show," "The Queen Latifah Show," "The View," "CBS Sunday Morning," "The Wendy Williams Show," "Bethenny," "Dr. Oz Show," "The Bonnie Hunt Show," "Fox & Friends," CNBC, FOX, NBC, ABC, CW11, NY1 as well as television stations around the world.

GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW has also bubblized scores of A-list Hollywood celebs and their families including Ashton Kutcher, Tom Cruise, Al Pacino, Halle Berry, Julia Roberts, Chris Rock, Debra Messing, Matt Damon, Faith Hill, Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield, Alyssa Milano, Heidi Klum, Seal, Peter Dinklage, Rosie O'Donell, Al Roker, Perez Hilton, Adam Sandler, Bethenny Frankel, Swizz Beats, Liam Neeson, Patrick Wilson, Bruce Willis, Chris Rock, Nicole Kidman, David Beckham, Simon Fuller and many, many more.

Over 25 years ago, Fan Yang (born in Vietnam and raised in Serbia) discovered bubbles- not like he invented them or anything- but he was a street performer and on a whim decided to add bubbles to his routine. The problem was that the normal store-bought bubbles, were not strong enough, so he began experimenting with the solution, and created what would ultimately become Gazillion Bubble solution. That solution reflected the colors better and was stronger and more playable to work with. He took the street routine and turned it into a stage show - he added lights, lasers, smoke machines and music and The Gazillion Bubble Show was born.

The show is performed by one member of the Yang family and this February 12, 2017 it will celebrate its 10th year in New York City. In addition to that milestone - the show has broken 19 worlds records including: most people in the bubble - 181; Longest Bubble 171 feet; they put an Elephant in a Bubble and many others.

The Yangs are a bubble institution. About seven years ago, Fan's children, Deni and Melody, took over the New York Show while Fan focus the brand globally. They have performers all throughout Asia, Europe, Mexico and Australia.

When they arrived in NYC, the shows was only supposed to run for nine performances, but word caught on very quickly and tickets began to sell and show kept extending to meet demand, today it is one of the longest running family shows in NY, with just over 4,000 performances.

The Gazillion Bubble Show blends bubble magic and artistry, music and lasers.



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Gazillion Bubble Show is the most unbubblievable show in the world! Bubble lovers of all ages are delighted with an incredibubble experience, awashed with a bubble tide, and perhaps even find themselves INSIDE a bubble. Mind-blowing bubble magic, spectacular laser lighting effects, and momentary soapy masterpieces will make you smile, laugh, and feel like a kid again.


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