This weekend brings all sorts of holiday sights and sounds to Phoenix, including the Cirque Dreams Holidaze, South Mountain Aglow, and more.
It's officially holiday season. See how you can celebrate in true Phoenix fashion with lights, ice skating, and more.
Cirque Dreams Holidaze
Cirque artists, singers, and dancers come together to mesmerize audiences with new acts, holiday scenes, and theatrical innovation at Arizona Federal Theatre.
Arizona Federal Theatre
400 W Washington St, Phoenix
Rawhide Snowy Christmas Closing Weekend
It's the last weekend to see the Old West, holiday style, with holiday lights, nightly snowfall, and Santa.
Rawhide Western Town
5700 W North Loop, Chandler
South Mountain Aglow
On the night of the Winter Solstice - the darkest night of the year - the country's largest municipal park lights up with one mile of luminarias along the Judith Tunell sidewalk trail, accompanied by artwork, food trucks, and musicians.
South Mountain Environmental Education Center
10409 S Central Ave, Phoenix
The Truth About Santa (An Apocalyptic Holiday Tale)
We all know Old Saint Nick is usually jolly as can be, but not in this production from BLK BOX PHX. In this twisted holiday romp, Santa is a rampaging home wrecker - but not to worry: there's still some holiday cheer sprinkled on top.
Judith Hardes Theatre at The Phoenix Theatre Company
1825 N Central Ave, Phoenix
Voices of the Desert: Miracle at the Oh-Gay Chorale
This local and self-dubbed "unconventional" choir is bringing singing, dancing, and puppets focused on the holiday spirit.
Phoenix Center for the Arts
1202 N 3rd St, Phoenix
The Sugar Thieves at The Rhythm Room, Friday
Xam Renn at Crescent Ballroom, Friday
Cashmere Cat at The Van Buren, Saturday
Selena Night at The Van Buren, Saturday
Mariachi Los Camperos at the MIM, Sunday