- November 24th to December 23rd each year
- Held at the Tuacahn Amphitheater and Center for the Arts
- Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday
Overview: The grounds of the Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts are gilded with dazzling lights, which are particularly impressive after a Utah snowfall. Performers for the school entertain visitors with Christmas carols, which you can listen while warming up to an open fire in the Holiday Plaza. The season's favorite treats, like hot chocolate, is available at the Tuacahn's Concession Stand.
When: November 24th to December 23rd each year
Where: Tuacahn Amphitheater and Center for the Arts
Fees: Cost may vary
Details: The holiday extravaganza is open on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday (excluding the first Friday of December, when the Christmas Concert is held).
While the event is free, there are a number of exhibits and activities visitors can also enjoy that require a small fee. Keeping the true spirit of Christmas alive, the Live Nativity has real animals and tickets are available for individuals and families. For a minimal price, visitors can enjoy a festive train ride Old Salty Trains to Ruby's Inn.
Tuacahn's is located in Ivins, UT just miles from St. George.