The holiday season is almost here! With all the shopping, decorating and preparation to be done, here’s one less thing you have to worry about: planning fun things to do on Thanksgiving weekend. That’s because we’ve already made a list of the top five events going on in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Home for the Holidays
The day after Thanksgiving, enjoy a spectacular presentation of Home for the Holidays by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Let your ears indulge in a sweet sonata while you sit back and relax in the beauty of Bass Performance Hall, the crown jewel of downtown Fort Worth.
Enchant Christmas 2018
Looking to experience the wonder and magic of the holiday season? Look no further than the World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze and Market, Enchant Christmas 2018. And yes, this festive holiday attraction is as captivating as its name suggests. Lose yourself in the light maze and make cherished memories under the glow of millions of dazzling lights. Located just twenty minutes away at Globe Life Park in Arlington, you won’t have to travel far to escape to a winter wonderland.
Christmas Lights, Chocolate & Sips Tours
What could possibly be better than a holiday light tour? How about a light tour plus chocolate? Now we’ve got your attention! Your weekend will not be complete without Christmas Lights, Chocolate & Sips Tours presented by Dallas by Chocolate Tours. Delight in scrumptious treats from premier local dessert venues before enjoying some of Dallas’ most spectacular light displays all from the comfort of a private, heated motor coach. Tours will take place in Vitruvian Lights (Addison), Farmers Branch Historical Park, downtown Dallas and select homes in the Park Cities.
Enjoy a holiday tradition like none other than – The Nutcracker, presented by the Texas Ballet Theater. Watch as Christmas Eve comes to life during the enchanting performance of the story that has delighted audiences for generations. You’ll never forget this exquisite experience stepping into a beloved Christmas dream at the Winspear Opera House.
Watch as the gorgeous Vitruvian Park transforms into a winter wonderland with the flip of a switch at 6 p.m. on November 24. Vitruvian Lights – A Magical Night of Lights will include a performance by the Jordan Kahn Orchestra, gourmet food trucks, delicious desserts, free photos with Santa, an Elf balloon artist, holiday shopping village, Addison Police & Fire Santa’s Heroes Toy Drive and much more. Can’t make it to opening night? Don’t worry, the merriment will continue all the way up until the new year, so friends and families will have plenty of time to come and enjoy this festive celebration.
It’s easy to stop and experience the magic of the holiday season with the numerous events going on in Dallas this year. Get out and enjoy the season!