Dallas Holiday Celebrations

With Christmas just a few days away and the new year coming in fast just behind, the city is light up with holiday cheer.  Dallas certainly has no shortage of events, and there is something to see and do in every corner.  Whether your looking for some family fun, a traditional event to take the in laws too or something out of the ordinary, Dallas has got you covered. We sure know how to do things big and the holidays are of no exception.  Check out some the event happening right now in your own backyard.


ICE at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Spa - 11/12/2015 - 01/07/2016

1501 Gaylord Trail Grapevine, Texas 76051

A full on ICE sculpture exhibit made up of over two million pounds of ice, chilled at a frigid 9 degrees. ICE offers something for everybody, with tubing for the whole family, an ice bar for the grown ups and is in close proximity to the all the shopping that the Gaylord has to offer for some last minute gifts. Discounts and combo prices are available. 


Elf the Musical at Dallas Summer Musicals - 12/08/2015 - 12/20/2015

909 1st Ave. Dallas, Texas 75210

Based on the hilarious film, Elf is the story of a orphan who happens to fall into Santa's bag on Christmas Eve and is raised to believe he is a true Elf, until his human attributes kick in. With Santa's permission, Buddy the Elf, travels back to New York city to find his real family and remind all how magical Christmas really is.

Gingerbread House Making Party - 11/19/2015 - 12/ 31/2015

1616 Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75201

Full family event, adults, children and pets are welcome. The workshop is open and free from 1:00pm to 3:00pm every Sunday during the holiday season.  Mimosas are plentiful and Celebrity Cafe and Bakery will be supplying the sweets. The event is located in the Unbranded pop up shop inside of 1616 Commerce.

The Nutty Nutcracker - 12/18/2015 8:00pm

1540 Mall Circle Fort Worth, TX 76116

A hilarious parody of one of the most iconic Christmas story, "The Nutty Nutcracker" is full of celebrity guest appearances and pop culture puns. Guaranteed to leave you with a sore tummy, enjoy the lighter side of the holiday season and have yourself a good laugh.