Purchase your tickets now for Orange County’s most astounding spring break bubble spectacular! Bubblefest features good, clean fun for the entire family, at the Discovery Science Center, in Santa Ana, starting on April 2.
- See the Mega Bubble Show (ticket required)
- Make your own giant bubbles
- See our BubbleBusters stage show
Daily Mega Bubble Show Times:* 11:00am • 12:30pm • 2:00pm • 3:30pm (*Show times are subject to change. Show times on Monday, April 4 are 2:00pm, 3:30pm & 4:30pm.)
Orange County’s Most Astounding Spring Break Event
Leading the excitement is sixteen-time Guinness Book World Record Holder and Bubble Scientist, Fan Yang and his son, Deni Yang. Fan has been performing his amazing “Mega Bubble Show” in New York City and has been featured on TV networks around the globe.
Fan Yang will be performing shows April 2 – 4 and Deni Yang will take the stage April 5 – 24.
World-renowned for unique and stunning artistry, the Mega Bubble Show features a bubble carousel, bubbles within bubbles, smoking bubbles, spinning bubbles, bouncing bubbles and bubbles in all shapes and sizes.
Inside the Center, hands-on bubble activities demonstrate a bubble’s science and math principles (such as surface tension, elasticity, air pressure, molecular properties, and geometric properties) and our BubbleBusters stage show explains the science behind the super soapy fun.
Included with general admission to Discovery Science Center are bubble activities, learning stations and the Center’s more than 100 permanent hands-on exhibits. Mega Bubble Show tickets must be purchased in addition to general admission ($7 for non-members, $5 for members).
Also offered during Bubblefest is a unique experience – “Me in a Bubble” – where guests can have their photo taken inside a giant soap bubble as proof it can be done! (Additional fee required.)
Meet the Artists
Fan Yang is a world renowned bubble scientist, artist, and performer. Over the past two decades, Fan has explored the fascinating unknown world of soap bubbles, combining art with science. He has transformed a simple bubble into a beautiful piece of art, bringing bubble media into a new artistic dimension for the masses. Fan’s ingenious creations and dedication to the pursuit of his dream has brought to life an utterly unique form of entertainment. He emerged as Master of the Soap Bubbles and earned international acclaim in Germany, being voted “Artist of the Year” and is currently a 16-time Guinness Book of World Record holder, most recently having put an 8,800 lb elephant in a bubble.
Fan’s spectacular shows have been featured at the National Museum of Science and Technology (Ottawa, Canada), Pacific Science Center (Seattle, WA, USA), Singapore Science Centre (Singapore), and Ontario Science Center (Toronto, Canada). His performances have been broadcast worldwide on television. Some of his appearances include “Late Night with David Letterman”, “LIVE! with Regis and Kelly”, “The View”, “CBS Sunday Morning”, “Today in NY”, CW11, CNN, Cirque du Soleil “Soltrom”, TNN, Disney-MGM, NHK-TV in Japan, RAI-TV in Italy, Canale 5, Television Chile Guinness Prime Time, FOX TV, CCTV in Beijing, TCS in Singapore, The Learning Channel, London Weekend Television, CCTV in Canada BC, and much more.
Fan has also conceived and manufactured his own bubble toy pertaining to his field of entertainment: The Ultimate Bubble Toy. Unlike any other bubble toy on the market, The Ultimate Bubble Toy was created entirely by Fan Yang based on his scientific knowledge and artistic skill. Combined with a special bubble solution made with a “secret formula”, it allows you to create the most stunning bubble elements such as bubbles inside a bubble, bouncing bubble, floating bubble, mega bubble, millions of tiny bubbles and many other unique bubble tricks.
Deni Yang has been combining entertainment, art and science performing in bubble shows for the most of his young life. Following in the footsteps of his parents Fan and Ana Yang, Deni has entertained audiences around the world with his marvelous stage performances. His first live appearance was at the age of four on RAI 1 Italian Television where he fascinated millions of viewers across Europe. It was the beginning of what would eventually bring Deni international acclaim at the Monte Carlo International Circus Festival (Monaco) in 1997, where he solidified his career as a bubble artist.
Deni has toured the globe with his spectacular stage show and has been featured at the National Museum of Science and Technology (Ottawa, Canada) and the Pacific Science Centre (Seattle, WA). He has also made numerous appearances on television shows around the world in Italy, Greece, France, and USA. Most recently Deni starred in the “White Bubble Show” in Seoul, Korea.