GLENDALE, AZ - Glendale Glitters has kicked off in the West Valley, already drawing countless visitors to its award-winning holiday light display.
The awe-inspiring end-of-year event features 1.5 million lights illuminating 16 blocks of Historic Downtown Glendale, along with horse-drawn carriage rides, tasty food and beverages, Santa Claus, and much more for families to enjoy!
Even better? On Friday and Saturday nights through December 17, Glendale Glitters celebrates special themed weekends with events taking place from 6 to 10 p.m.
December 9-10: Winter Wonderland
This weekend, visitors can indulge in a lush, snowy paradise!
Winter Wonderland weekend boasts a children's snow field, with flakes falling throughout the evening -- perfect for building snow men and starting snow ball fights!
Parents and older attendees can also enjoy the festivities, by sipping hot chocolate and taking horse-drawn carriage rides around Downtown Glendale.
December 16-17: Jingle Bell Rockin' Nights
Ready to celebrate the holidays to rockin' tunes?
Head to Glendale next weekend to enjoy a perfect mix of holiday songs and rock jams guaranteed to get you in the spirit of the season!
The celebration will also feature the best parts of Glendale Glitters, including arts and crafts, inflatable rides, and visits with Santa Claus.
Can't make it in December? Don't worry, the massive display remains lit nightly through January 14, from 5 to 11 p.m. and admission is free!
Visit the City of Glendale website for more information about the festivities.
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