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This holiday season will look and feel quite different for a lot of families due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

Although health officials are encouraging families to avoid large gatherings, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a little holiday cheer at some of Dallas’s contactless events with the family.

Check out safe ways to enjoy the holidays in Dallas.

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Socially Distant Holiday Events to Attend in Dallas  was originally published on thebeatdfw.com

1. The Nations Tallest Indoor Christmas Tree Lighting

Enjoy the lighting of the beautiful Christmas tree and make it both a safe and magical night⁠ December 6 at 7:30 pm

Tickets are now on sale for socially-distanced viewing areas that fit up to 4 family members each. ⁠

The show will feature Olympic skater @mirainagasu and a special appearance from Santa. Plus, before and after the show enjoy live strolling entertainment and free drinks and treats from Starbucks.


December 6 at 7:30 pm for a private tree lighting event benefiting @dallascac. Tickets are now on sale for socially-distanced viewing areas that fit up to 4 family members each. ⁠

The show will feature Olympic skater @mirainagasu and a special appearance from Santa. Plus, before and after the show enjoy live strolling entertainment and free drinks and treats from Starbucks.

2. The Radiance Drive Thru Light Show

Gather the family and sip a cup of  hot chocolate as you marvel at two million lights, animated to the tunes of your favorite holiday classics from the safety and comfort of your car!

Enjoy the wonder of RADIANCE! A Holiday Light Spectacular, at Frisco, Decatur, or Weatherford, or gather your friends and experience all three.

This year Christmas comes early! Celebrate the season and make lasting memories in our COVID-SAFE, family-fun environments, starting on Veterans Day, November 11 through January 3rd.

3. Sweet Tooth Hotel

Enjoy a vintage motels built to explore! You can expect fantastical desserts  (look but don’t eat) and a magical winter wonderland filled with the northern lights and snow frosted pine trees.

 

4. Luminova Holidays

Lace up your skates and go for a spin around our 10,000 square foot outdoor pond – the largest outdoor rink in Texas!

5. Dallas Zoo Lights

Have socially distanced holiday fun! Enjoy Dallas Zoo Lights presented by Reliant  Energy open every day, except for Thanksgiving.  Tickets are limited and selling fast.

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