What’s Happening: Arizona Events – Best of Arizona Living



The holiday season is officially here and there’s no shortage of festive events in Arizona. Search our guide to what’s happening around Arizona this month.

Festival of Trees: December 3-5

This holiday event at Tlaquepaque features art-inspired trees by local artists and galleries. The trees will be on display and up for silent auction on the second-floor terrace.

33rd Annual Boat Parade of Lights: December 4 & 5

Festively decorated boats cruise the Bridgewater Channel and under the historic London Bridge.

8th Annual Christkindlmarket: December 5 & 6 12-6pm

Celebrate the holidays with merry entertainment, German & Austrian cuisine, and local artisans.

Ballet Arizona’s The Nutcracker: December 11-27

The beloved classic show comes to Phoenix for 20 performances at the Symphony Hall for both evening and afternoon shows.

Arizona Balloon Classic 5th Anniversary: December 18-20

Arizona’s premier hot-air-balloon race and festival with morning liftoffs, evening glows, food, entertainment, and more.

76th Annual Holiday Concert at University of Arizona Crowder Hall: December 13

A celebrated tradition, the Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus’ holiday concert features classic, traditional, and spiritual songs.

Holiday Sweet Stroll: December 19 3-8pm

Retailers will be opening their doors to celebrate the season with sweet treats, giveaways, and discount offers. Find unique gifts and strolling carolers.

New Year’s Eve Pine Cone Drop: December 31 10pm-12am

Every year, the Weatherford Hotel hosts the Big Countdown by lowering a giant LED-lighted pinecone from the top of the hotel.

How will you celebrate the season in Arizona?


BestOfArizonaLiving.com/Relocating To Arizona | December 3, 2015


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