You need to buy your tickets ahead of time so check their website. It's a wonderful evening event that is quite popular here in the valley. You also want to be sure and visit the Heard Museum. The Phoenix Symphony usually gives a beautiful presentation of the Nutcracker ballet, Check their web site and buy tickets ahead of time, There will be a lot going on here in the valley of the sun! As mentioned above, no shortage of thingsto do.
If you're a AAA member, their guidebooks are great.
Glendale Glitters, Zoolights kid oriented , McCormick Stillman Railroad Park Holiday Lights kid oriented , Cowboy Christmas at Rawhide, multiple full scale church Christmas pageants and choir presentations could easily fill your calendar. Unless we are experiencing a cold snap, which does happen here at least once a winter, swimming and hiking are always appropriate December activities.
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Despite its desert setting, the Christmas spirit permeates the Phoenix area with festivals, holiday bazaars, crafts for kids, ice skating, tree. Here are 15+ things that you can do on Christmas Day in the Phoenix area. There are both indoor and outdoor activities.
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So, where to go for Christmas shopping? The good news is Phoenix and surrounding areas are filled with small , holiday-themed markets that encourage residents to shopsmall, support local boutiques, sell handmade good, and make gifts personal.
Even better than that So this year, we are skipping the department stores and shopping at Christmas markets where we can be our most authentic Chairperson of Cheer. Let's explore the 15 best Christmas markets in Phoenix you must visit this holiday season. December 9th and 10th from 10 a.
This treasured event is a Christmas themed wonderland with an electric light parade, parade of pets, holiday food and gift vendors, live music, crafts, and art exhibits from throughout the state. To make this an event even more magical , the Carefree Christmas Crew brings in 40 tons of snow every year to make the desert feel, well, less like the desert.
For more information on dates, times, vendors, and events during this fabulous time of the year, head over to their website: Carefree Christmas Festival website. December 9th and 10th 10 a. Have you ever seen a cooler Santa than this guy see above? You'll get this guy and a whole lot more of the wild, wild, west version of Christmas at Cave Creek's Stage Coach Village Christkindlmarkt.
This event will be celebrating their tenth year this year and there is a whole lot of Christmas cheer to be had. Local artists, caterers, vendors, and small business owners come together for patrons interested in shopping small this holiday season. For one night you are able to shop to live music, food trucks, local artists, gifts you can grab and go, and delicious snacks to munch on as you fill up your Christmas tank with holiday cheer.
You don't want to miss this small but mighty event!
For more information , visit the Frances website. Friday and Saturday - November 26th and 27th from 10 a. Eat, drink, shop, and enjoy the holiday-themed atmosphere at this annual event. Visit their website for more information.