Make this Christmas 2020 magical with these not to be missed Christmas events in Perth. Some are free and others you will need to purchase tickets - but all are guaranteed to give you a magical Christmas experience to get you and your family into the Christmas spirit this festive season.
Come and experience the most magical holiday event of the season! Christmas Spectacular is an all singing, all dancing production that celebrates the joy and excitement of Christmas.
Join some of Australia’s leading international musical theatre, cabaret and dance stars including – John O’Hara (School of Rock, Grease, Singin’ in the Rain), Annie Aitkin (Anything Goes, Oklahoma), Allyce Martins (WestSide Story, Sweeney Todd) and The Voice finalist Jordan Rabbone.
Celebrate the fun and magic of the festive season with Santa and all of his friends, as they take you on a snow sprinkled musical journey to the North Pole. Featuring all your favourite Christmas songs, Christmas showgirls, the traditional Nativity scene, and of course… Santa’s Covid safe flight plan!
This spectacular show will ignite your holiday spirit and remind you that Christmas truly is the most wonderful time of the year.Santa Claus is coming to Crown! Show times vary daily. Find more information and book your tickets now at www.ticketmaster.com.au.
Explore parts of the city you may never had been before and experience the magic of Christmas in the city on the Perth City Christmas Lights Trail nightly from 6pm - 11pm. This year there are 30 stops, on a choice of 4 journeys across the CBD, Northbridge, East End and West End areas or make your own journey by choosing your own stops. You'll find dazzling lights displays, enchanting building projections and joyful street decorations. Roving entertainment can also be enjoyed Friday and Saturday nights and during the day Saturday and Sundays. Find more information at www.visitperth.com.au. You can also read the Kids Around Perth Christmas Lights Trail Review here.
The Christmas Festival returns with Artisan Stalls, Christmas pageant, Kids rides, Family entertainment, Food Trucks, Carols by Candlelight ~ and the lighting of the iconic Mt Lawley Christmas Tree! 12noon - 8pm. Find more information at www.facebook.com/events.
Christmas on the Green is a free event for the whole family. This year you can get crafty in the Sustainable Makers Workshop where you can make gifts for your friends and family. Workshops are free but you will need to book in to your preferred session time. Click the register button at the bottom of this page. Children must attend these workshops with an adult. Other features include, Santa's Grotto, live entertainment, mould painting, face painting, South Coogee Bush Fire Brigade demonstrations, sandcards, camel rides and more. 4.30 - 8pm. Find more information at www.cockburn.wa.gov.au
It's back again, Christmas movies, food trucks, markets an roaming entertainers in a Christmas festival of fun at Stadium Park alongside Optus Stadium from 4 - 8.30pm. You will also be able to book in for a Christmas Twilight Tour (fees apply). Entry to the Christmas Festival at Stadium Park is free and trains will be running to Optus Stadium via the Armadale line. Find more information at www.optusstadium.com.au.
Enter an unbelievable world of extraordinary amusements, electrifying rides and spectacular entertainment for ALL to enjoy. Santa’s Christmas Carnival is Western Australia’s biggest & funnest Christmas celebration filled with loads of exciting rides, activities and entertainment for ALL ages! One entry fee and you ride for FREE! 10am - 4.30pm, with Santa arriving from the skies into the main arena at 11am. Find more information at www.santaschristmascarnival.com.au.
This year Lights in the Heights is a drive thru experience, with Christmas Mascots to entertain while you wait for your turn to enter the enclosed and super charged Christmas tunnel, complete with synchronised lights, Santa, nativity scene, Christmas Mascot and loads more festive fun! This is a free event however you must register for strictly limited tickets to attend. Free ticket registration opens 16th November 2020. Find more information and the link to register at www.lightsintheheights.com.au.
The annual Perth Alinta Energy Christmas Pageant will look a little different this year with it being held at Langley Park and with free tickets required to gain access to the viewing zone. Entry is from 5.30pm with the parade starting at 7.30pm with the last float reaching the finishing area around 9.30pm. Find more Information at 7perthchristmaspageant.com.
Enjoy this free family live event with live stage performances, arts and culture, demonstrations, workshops, community information stalls, Conservation Corner, Environmental Expo, market stalls, rides, attractions, local eateries, gourmet food providers and more from 2pm - 8pm. Find more information at www.facebook.com/events.
Fremantle Ports is presenting the wonderful free E Shed Christmas Carnival with free rides, live music, face painting, Santa, and free popcorn and fairy floss! 10am - 4pm. Find more information at www.victoriaquay.com.au.
Presented by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra this free end of year concert will be held at RAC Arena and this year is a free ticketed event. Event tickets will be available at TIcketek from Wednesday 18th November 2020. Leading lady Lucy Durack and special guests will perform a program of much loved Christmas favourites, including songs families can sing along too. There will be concert at 2pm and 7pm. Find more information and a link to register for tickets at www.racarena.com.au.
Experience the park's 3rd annual Christmas light display; play mini golf, dine at the onsite restaurant Leapfrogs or simply bask in the ambience of the 7m high Christmas tree and the brand new light features added this year. Best viewing time is from 7pm onwards. Spectator admission to the Gardens is just $5 or FREE for guests dinning in the restaurant or playing mini golf. Find more information at www.wanneroobotanicgardens.com.au and read the Kids Around Perth Magic of Christmas review here.
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