PHOENIX — Move over, Halloween (see you next year) and hello, Christmas!
Not even a full week into November and the aisles at Walmart, Target, and Costco (just to name a few) have already swapped the Halloween candy with Christmas tree-shaped Reese's, decorative Christmas trees, and a slew of decorations to toss around the house.
And on Wednesday, Nov. 6, Christmas tunes will hum their way through the airwaves as Phoenix radio station KEZ 99.9 FM officially switches over to its all-Christmas format, a longtime tradition in the Valley. The switch will happen at 5:15 p.m., according to a post on the station's Facebook page.
For those unable to wait that long -- or have no problem listening to Christmas tunes year-round -- iHeartMedia, Pandora, Spotify, and Apple Music all have Christmas channels available right now.