There are so many great holiday events and traditions around the great state of Oklahoma, it’s impossible to see all of them in one season. But as Thanksgiving passes, it’s time to put things into full gear for the Christmas season. Check back soon as we will be updating our Christmas fun blogs frequently.
Devon Ice Skating Rink: Nov 8-Feb 2
Head down with the family to the Botanical Gardens witness the transformation of the plaza into an ice skating rink. Seasonal food and drinks will be available.
The Nutcracker Ballet: Various
Oklahoma City Ballet: Dec 14-22
Presented by Devon Energy and located at the Civic Center Music Hall. Tickets are available to purchase starting Nov. 1 and for subscribers on Oct. 28.
Moscow Ballet: Nov. 13
Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker will be in Midwest City at the Hudiburg Chevrolet Center.
The Christmas Show: Dec 5-7
OKC Philharmonic presents: The Christmas Story located at the Civic Arts Center. Prices range from: $19-$78.
WINTERFEST IN TULSA
Featuring the State’s tallest Christmas tree, and ice skating ring, and chance to hang out in downtown Tulsa.
Cities and towns all over Oklahoma have light displays for Christmas. Midwest City, The Philbrook in Tulsa, Chickasha, Ardmore, Yukon, and Lake Wister State Park all have nice Christmas lights. Ponca City, Muskogee, and many more.
OUTDOOR SKATING RINKS
Downtown OKC, Edmond, Tulsa, and Tahlequah also have rinks.
NUTCRACKERS – PERFORMANCES IN OKC & TULSA
Red Earth Tree fest, A Territorial Christmas Carol at Pollard Theatre in Guthrie, the North Poll Adventure, , OKC Philharmonic presents: The Christmas Show, An old Faison Christmas in Historic Guthrie, Christmas on the Western Frontier Parade in El Reno.
Holiday Pop-up in Midtown, Native American Christmas Market, Home for the Holidays Craft Show,