If you’re looking for great holiday events to enjoy this season, then Utah is the place to be! From light displays in Temple Square to classic plays at the theater, our state has many fun options to choose from. This post points out some of our favorite holiday events in Utah.
Theatrical Holiday Events in Utah
- The Nutcracker by Ballet West at the Capitol Theater
This year, Ballet West’s critically-acclaimed rendition of the classic ballet premiers on December 2 and plays through December 26. This is the last year with the classic costumes and sets, as The Nutcracker will get a new look in 2017. Bring your family to experience the magic and take part in this long-running holiday tradition.
- Miracle on 3rd and Main at The Off-Broadway Theatre
The Off-Broadway Theatre is one of the best spots in Utah for comedy. This holiday season, they are producing Miracle on 3rd and Main, a parody of the classic Miracle on 34th Street. This is a great option if you are looking for a Christmas event that will make you laugh.
Christmas light displays are always some of the best holiday events in Utah.
Starting the day after Thanksgiving, the 35 acres of Temple Square will be totally transformed with millions of lights. Admission is free and the lights are a wonderful holiday experience for both longtime residents and visitors.
Thanksgiving Point just premiered its first holiday light display, Luminaria. This event features beautiful holiday lights, a huge Christmas tree, and holiday snacks like s’mores. Luminaria is open to visitors from November 25 through December 31.
Happy Holidays from Good Guys Injury Law
Leave a comment and let us know about your favorite holiday events in Utah! We hope you all have a fun and safe Christmas season.
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