2019 is almost gone, and that means holiday events in Reno will soon disappear for the season. Luckily, this vibrant city hosts a wide variety of spirited attractions. Whether you’re celebrating with friends, family, or simply your splendid self, there’s plenty of fun to be had before the curtain falls on this year. Read on for just a sample of what Reno has to offer!
Family-Friendly Things to Do For the Holidays in Reno
There’s plenty of exciting, seasonal attractions going on around Riverside Park this time of year! For a modern spin on the time-honored traditions of December 25th, book your tickets to Holiday Dreams! This live entertainment show is sure to astound and runs until January 1st 2020, so don’t miss out. And if you’re a total Christmas music junkie, Santa’s Christmas Wonderland is sure to tickle your fancy. You and the crew can sing along to all the seasonal hits as talented chorus line dancers perform along to the tunes. The last show will be held on December 29th at Eldorado Hotel and Casino.
Plan a Memorable New Year’s Eve in Reno
NYE comes just six days after Christmas. Don’t be left out in the cold once the 31st hits by securing your spot at hot local events now! Check out Gambool’s post for just a few options on how to spend your New Year’s Eve. For the dance aficionados, Downtown Casino Row is the place to be for drinks and music to ring in 2020. There’s even a Roaring 20’s themed party at Grand Sierra Resort & Casino! And for fabulously free spectacle suitable for guests of all ages, you can’t go wrong with the yearly fireworks show on Virginia Street.
A Happy Holiday at Home
Going out to celebrate the holidays sure is fun, but staying comfy at home to start your own holiday tradition is always an option too! For New Year’s, renting a photobooth and accessories to take silly pics with friends will create treasured memories. And for Christmas, a holiday movie marathon with the crew on the couch is sure to be a cozy hit! There are endless ideas for every homebody, so get creative!
Whether you stay at home to celebrate or decide to paint Reno red, be sure to party safely this season. Have a happy holiday!