[Nov 21-Jan 13] ZooLights shines with millions of twinkling and dancing lights, a three-story-high holiday tree, photos with Santa, hundreds of glimmering light displays and lakeside music-in-motion shows. New this year- live reindeer, Stingray Bay and 4-D Theater included with admission.Read More »
[Dec 8 - Feb 3] More than 10 million lights, 65 stunning displays, free carnival rides, acrobat shows (Dec. 5th-Jan. 7th), sea lion shows (Jan. 8th-Feb. 3rd), delicious food court treats, and much, much more. The festival is a celebration of cultural awareness and will showcase a wide variety of exhibits, live performances, food, and holiday spirit.Read More »
[Dec 13-24] With more than 150 performers, hundreds of costumes and the beauty and athleticism of Ballet Arizona’s nationally recognized dancers, a timeless holiday tradition for all ages. Choreography by artistic director Ib Andersen danced to Tchaikovsky’s famous score, with the Phoenix Symphony.Read More »
[Dec 13-24] Join Phoenix Ballet and internationally recognized dance stars Juliet Doherty, Avery Gay, Madison Penney, Tia Wenkman, Anthony Tette and more, along with top students from the acclaimed Master Ballet Academy as they present Slawomir Wozniak's acclaimed The Nutcracker.Read More »
Photographer John Bethea
[Dec 15-30] Not every princess needs rescuing! Based on the Newbery-honor book.Read More »
You’re invited to Arizona’s best events. Any day, all year long, you’ll find exciting events and extraordinary experiences throughout the state. Whether you’re jumping aboard the magical Polar Express train to visit Santa, taking part in local traditions, eating (or drinking) your fill at a festival, or strutting your stuff at the world’s oldest continuous rodeo, there’s always something entertaining to see in Arizona.