Looking for Christmas lights in the Valley? We found 4 displays that will knock your socks off! From the tallest Christmas tree in AZ to taking a walk on the wild side with the zoo animals there are Christmas light displays for all ages!
3D Holiday PaintScaping Lightshow
The Resort will once again transform into a winter wonderland as the walls of The Westin Kierland come alive with PaintScaping, themed 3D images and animations festively set to holiday music. This year’s newly enhanced and longer 3D show includes brand new characters, animations and music.
Christmas Lights on the Mesa Temple Grounds
As you thrill to the sights and sounds of the holidays, we hope that you, your family and friends will enjoy hundreds of thousands of colorful lights; uniquely illuminated palm trees and flower gardens.
D LAS NOCHES DE LAS LUMINARIAS 2016
The paths among the desert fawna will twinkle with 8000 hand-lit luminaria bags and twinkle lights. There will be ensembles performing in various sections of the Garden. Enjoy dinner at the Garden with family and friends and stroll the paths with a warm cup of cider or cocoa, as you celebrate the season at this year’s very special Las Noches de las Luminarias.
The walkways around the lake and zoo are lit with millions of lights twinkling for your delight. Many whimsical light designs are incorporated with the Lego structures. There is a music-in-motion show by the lake. And it snows nightly at the Zoo!
Christmas at the Princess
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Witness the resort transform into an enchanting winter wonderland during our Seventh Annual Christmas at the Princess festival.
Tallest Christmas Tree In AZ!
This fresh-cut decorated Christmas tree stands 80 feet tall! The tree traveled nearly 750 miles to its new home in Anthem. 80 strands of LED lights stretching 2 miles adorn the tree.
This award-winning festival is one of the best-loved events for Arizona families year after year! Visitors of all ages will delight in holiday entertainment, delectable food, hand-crafted holiday gifts, a children’s snow field and petting zoo, shopping and, of course, visits with Jolly Ol’ St. Nick.