Highlights: Taking the "Belt and Road" as the main line, dig deep into the traditional culture of the Tang Dynasty, trace the traces of the camel caravans on the Silk Road, and spread the cultural legends of Xi'an's most glorious historical period. The whole performance is divided into seven acts: the prologue "Reappearance of the Years", "Send You A Thousand Miles", "Wolf in Distress", "Exotic Style", "Auspicious Rain Washing the Dust", "Welcome the Lang Returns", and "The Prosperity of China". "Looking good, listening, and fun" is the purpose of creating a performance that is open to the public, appeals to both refined and popular tastes, is popular to hear and see, and delights people's hearts. The plot design of the performance starts with a couple of newlyweds "Sending You A Thousand Miles" farewell. It tells the story of the westward camel caravan going through natural obstacles such as volcanoes, avalanches, sandstorms, and deserts, as well as raids by wolves. Mi Yang, who happened to encounter holy water from the sky, returned to Chang'an safely in the expectation of his relatives. During the period, he also described the exotic customs and customs; There are as many as 47 patents, among which camels and gray wolves also have thrilling performances. The show "Legend of Camel Bells" takes you through the boldness and vastness of the desert wind and sand, listen to the crispness and mystery of the distant camel bells on the Silk Road, taste exotic customs, witness the glory of the Tang Dynasty, and listen to the reverberation of China's millennium.