Christmas In Phoenix 2022 – PHOENIX – Correction: The Fantasy of Light’s Boat Parade in downtown Tempe is on Dec. An earlier version of this story incorrectly specified the date as December. 4.
From ice skating to cooking s’mores, taking pictures with Santa, to syncing millions of twinkling lights with music, there are plenty of activities and events to help get the valley in the holiday spirit.
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The grounds of the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale are decorated with thousands of lights and giant light displays for the seasonal event “Christmas on the Princess.” Kids and families can take the train (chargeable), go ice skating (chargeable) and ride the little carnival rides like slides, swings and carousels to see all the lights around the lagoon. The square also features fire pits, opportunities to make s’mores, photos with Santa (for an additional fee), and nightly shows.
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Admission/parking is $72 for self-service including a four-person ticket, $108 for room service, including a six-person ticket, or $18 per person for people walking or taking an Uber, Lyft, or taxi to the property. . Those who eat at the property and spend $75 receive a 50% discount on valet entry.
World of Illumination Valley has two new light shows – “ReinDeer Road” at Diablo Stadium in Tempe and “Candy Rush” near Desert Diamond Casino West Valley in Glendale. See millions of lights and hundreds of illuminated displays synchronized with holiday music along the mile-long route. Tickets are $40-50 per vehicle.
Billed as Arizona’s seamless synchronized light show, Lights at the Farm features nearly two million lights, including walking pipes, larger-than-life decorations, Christmas trees, and a snowman. The night event also includes food, games and activities like the ice rink and petting zoo. Santa Claus is scheduled to visit in December. 18-23 2021
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The city of Glendale is moving away from the big festivals of downtown Glendale and focusing instead on smaller events and events. For this reason, Glendale Glitters are now known as Murphy Park Lights. Instead of hanging thousands of lights all over the city of Glendale, lights can be seen in Murphy Park. There’s also a 30-foot tree and a 20-foot snowman that serves as a festive photo backdrop. The lights will remain on until January. 9. 2022.
Because the event was small, the Catlin Court businesses, formerly part of Glendale Glitters, decided to turn on the lights and host their own “Christmas at Catlin Court” event. From December 3-18 2021, 18:00. – At 8:00 pm, lights will come on throughout Caitlin Court and businesses with specials, events and crafts will open. Santa Claus also plans to visit the paintings.
The Phoenix Zoo will also be decorated with millions of twinkling lights, illuminated animal exhibits and sculptures, and a Music in the Moving Zoo Lights show, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2021. People can walk around the zoo and see all the different lights. . The carousel, stingray bay, and camel rides are also open during the zoo lights. New this year, artist Russell Rona’s paintings of 30 endangered species have been illuminated and placed on the zoo’s pathways.
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The zoo also has 10 nights reserved for the ZooLights trip, where the zoo is closed to pedestrians and people can walk through the zoo’s paths and paths to see the lights. Cruise ZooLights nights: November. 29 and 30 December 6, 7, 13, 14 January. 3, 4, 10 and 11.
The holiday light show returns to Salt River Fields on Talking Stick. Lighted shop windows, Christmas trees and five million light bulbs are lined up around Salt River Fields, where the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies play in spring practice.
Tickets cost $35 to $50 per car, but go up to $55 to $70 during the holidays and Christmas. A lighted caravan can also be booked for $300-380 per night.
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Schnepf Farms is decorated for the holidays. Families can take the Illumination Express train ($10 per trip) and see thousands of lights. It’s a partnership with World of Illumination, the same team that runs light shows in Glendale and Tempe. This year’s novelty is the four-row Sleigh Bell slide and Ferris wheel. Kids can also decorate trees, write letters to Santa, play miniature golf, ride a carousel, and complete a Christmas-themed obstacle course ($7, unlimited trials).
Tickets are $12-19 per person. Food, drink, holiday lights ride and obstacle course are additional costs. Tickets are $2 cheaper ($12-14) when booked online.
Mesa lights the Christmas tree in downtown Mesa on Friday, November 10. 26, 17:45 Sunday, November. 28 lights the first light of his menorah to mark the first night of Hanukkah. All season long, people can go ice skating (for a fee), take free photos with Santa Claus (Fridays and Saturdays only), take photos in front of the Christmas tree and menorah, shop at the Merry Makers Marketplace (November 26). -). 27, 17-18 December, 5-9pm) or visit Jack Frost’s Food Truck Forest (Friday and Saturday nights). Kids can also ride the Mesa Polar Express (stationary) to sing songs, eat cookies and meet Santa. It will take place on 10, 11, 17 and 18 December at 18:00. – 22:00.
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Most activities are free. Ice skates are $10. Reservations must be made online and in advance. Food and drink are separate costs.
Take the Paradise & Pacific Railroad for a short loop around McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park in Scottsdale, adorned with thousands of lights and sculptures. Kids can also ride the carousel or buy snacks from the local store.
The train runs from 6 pm. – 9:30 PM Tickets are $15 and include 90 minutes of unlimited rides on the train and carousel.
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The Fantasy Parade of Lights in downtown Tempe takes place in November. 26, 2021. Marching bands and dance troupes are illuminated by lights, trucks, fire engines, and Santa Claus rolls down Mill Avenue in his annual parade. The holiday market opens at 4 p.m. on 5th Avenue. At 5 pm, artists will perform live at Centerpoint Plaza near 7th Street and Mill Avenue. The parade begins at 6 PM, followed by the official tree lighting at Centerpoint Plaza.
The CityScape Ice Rink in downtown Phoenix, which did not open in 2020 due to the pandemic, will open for the season in November. 26, 2021. Due to ongoing light rail construction at CityScape, the runway itself is located where the splash pad would normally be. – and slightly less than in previous years. But it’s still decorated for the holidays and has a big tree in the middle.
The track is open from November 26 to December. from 17 to 16 o’clock – 23:00. and from December 17. 2021 – January 5, 2022, from 3 PM. – 23:00. Admission is $13-18 per person. Get $2 if you bring your own skates.
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Dr. AJ Chandler’s downtown Chandler Park – the same place as the iconic Tumbleweed Tree – is where people can take festive photos. Nearby, people can stroll along the Commonwealth Canal and Tunnel of Lights while Christmas music plays. This event is free.
Scottsdale lights up the holiday tree with songs in November. January 27, 2021 on the waterfront in Scottsdale, near Old Town Scottsdale and Fashion Square Mall. Tree lighting actually kicks off a month’s worth of activities to promote businesses, galleries, restaurants and wineries in the area. There’s music and art on the Scottsdale Canal Walk on December 4.
Renowned glass artist and sculptor Dale Chihuly displays one of his glass sculptures at the Desert Botanical Garden and at Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home in Scottsdale. Chihuly’s work was last exhibited at the Desert Botanical Garden in 2013. It was shown for the first time at Taliesin West. While not exclusive to a Christmas or holiday, his artwork is considered a must-have by many.
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Chihuly’s work also overlaps with Las Noches de las Luminarias in the garden, which is the main event during the holidays. Garden tickets range from $20 to $40.
Six Chihuly parts will be installed in Taliesin West. To see them, you must book a 90-minute tour that includes a tour of the Wright house and glass sculptures. Tickets are $49 per person.
Dress warmly and find a cozy spot on Central Avenue to watch the APS Electric Light Parade as dozens of floats make their way through the parade path. This year’s theme is peace in the world. Sonoran Living presenters Susan Casper and Terri Ouellette will host this year’s broadcast and live event.
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The rally will begin at 7 p.m. near Central and Montebello streets. People are encouraged to arrive early as roads will be closed