With the holidays in full swing, it’s time to get out there and take advantage of all the fun and festive activities the city has to offer. So throw on your best ugly Christmas sweater and get into the season at these fun-filled Fort Worth events.
The Nutcracker at the Bass Performance Hall
People of all ages can find something to enjoy about The Nutcracker. This classic play runs through Dec. 26 at the Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas. Tickets range in price from $25 up to $135. With stunning acoustics and all the sights and sounds of the historic theater around you, an evening out to see The Nutcracker is a truly unforgettable holiday experience.
Sundance Square Christmas tree
The Sundance Square Christmas tree is a Fort Worth tradition. The decorated tree goes up in late November and remains on display until Jan. 6, offering people of all ages a chance to get out and marvel at the 55-foot Norway spruce from Michigan. The adjoining Sundance Plaza features performances and events throughout the holiday season, providing a festive backdrop to the sight of the fully lit tree. Viewing the tree at Sundance Square is always free, and free parking is available in select downtown garages.
Gift of Lights Texas at Texas Motor Speedway
The Gift of Lights Texas at Texas Motor Speedway is a drive-through holiday lights event that runs from through Jan. 2. Load up your car and prepare to see some of the best holiday light displays in Texas. Special themed nights are offered throughout the holiday season with chances to save on ticket prices and enjoy a little extra seasonal cheer.
Fort Worth residents can enjoy all of these festive holiday events and so much more. To learn more about holiday offerings in the Fort Worth area, as well as other life hacks, check out the Olympus 7th Street Station blog.