11 DFW-Area Holiday Light Shows to Enjoy in 2014
Nov 25, 2014 06:39PM ● Published by Kevin
Photo courtesy of Texas Motor Speedway.
Gallery: 2014 DFW-Area Holiday Light Shows [17 Images] Click any image to expand.
This year, we highlight some of the coolest light shows, parades and events in the area for you and yours to experience. Here are 11 picks, and bonus events unique to Southlake at the end.
GrapevineApproximate driving distance: 6 minutes, or 3.5 miles
If you’re worried about getting your holiday light fix this season, fear not. You’ll have an opportunity to see thousands of twinkling lights daily, as Grapevine shines with a choreograph... Read More »
EulessApproximate driving distance: 13 minutes, or 11 miles
Experience the excitement of the season at our beautiful Christmas Parade of Lights while helping us celebrate and thank our Service Men and Women for protecting our freedom. Even Santa C... Read More »
Flower MoundApproximate driving distance: 21 minutes, or 12.5 miles
Approximate driving distance: 24 minutes, or 19.5 miles
Bring your friends and family to the Downtown/University District to enjoy the Annual Holiday Lights Parade. Thousands of people will gather for the pageantry which ends with the lighting... Read More »
See below for a video of the 2010 Holiday Lights Parade in Arlington.
Bundle up the family and join us on the Green Lawn at Lee Park for a festive light display, free hot chocolate, holiday classics played by the Salvation Army Brass Band and an awe-inspiri... Read More »
Reliant lights up the holidays at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, so bring your entire family for an evening of holiday magic. We’ll be illuminating the Center’s campus with 550,000 dazz... Read More »
Fort WorthApproximate driving distance: 31 minutes, or 22 miles
Gift of Lights at Texas Motor Speedway Come out to the Texas Motor Speedway for Gift of Lights 2014 and drive the entire family through a brand-new array of twinkling lights to jump-st... Read More »
Marching bands. Strolling carolers. Horse-drawn carriages. Appearances from Mr. & Mrs. Claus. And a whole lot of lights. Texas’ largest illuminated holiday procession has it all, includin... Read More »
MansfieldApproximate driving distance: 38 minutes, or 32.5 miles
Grand PrairieApproximate driving distance: 48 minutes, or 38.5 miles
Upon arriving at the entrance to Prairie Lights, you will be dazzled with 4 million lights set along 2 miles of path. Hundreds of ALL-NEW displays in shapes of all kinds line and arch ov... Read More »
More Holiday Fun in Southlake
Grapevine Opry Show “Christmas Spectacular” - start: Nov 22, 2014 (Friday and Saturday through Dec. 19) 07:00PM
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and what better way to celebrate than with a family-friendly show? Experience toe-tapping entertainment for all ages, as the talented cast of the... Read More »
All ages, Cost: $10 December 6, 2014 & December 13, 2014 Southlake Town Hall Lobby 7:30am, 9:15am or 11:00am Santa’s coming! He’s making a special trip to Southlake to eat breakfast... Read More »
Celebrate this joyful season at Smallcakes “Holiday Bash” (10am-2pm) and enjoy cupcake decorating sessions, exclusive offers, free face painting, balloons and raffles every half hour, as... Read More »
Do you have photos from your home, your neighborhood, or cool light shows you've seen in Southlake and beyond? We'd love to see them. Post them in the comments, or contact us.
2010 Arlington Holiday Lights Parade