Holiday Shows You Don’t Want to Miss in Reno
Snowflakes, hot chocolate, spending time with loved ones – the holidays are all about enjoying traditions and making new memories. This year, there’s no better way to experience the Reno Tahoe winter wonderland than seeing a holiday performance. From side-splitting comedies to classic holiday concerts you can’t help but sing along to, you’ll want to get tickets to these shows as soon as possible since they are sure to sell out.
Back by popular demand, Brüka Theatre presents Buttcracker 7 – Ozmosis, a “Brüka originial parody in the spirit of the ridiculous.” Experience this parody of The Nutcracker with an Oz twist. Running November 25th through December 23rd, this silly holiday favorite is perfect for families with children ages 8 and up. Tickets are 25 at the door with discounted tickets available if purchased in advance. Brüka Theatre is located in downtown Reno on 99 N. Virginia St near the Virginia St. Bridge.
Elf, the instant Christmas classic movie, has been transformed into a must-see musical for children and adults alike. Elf the Musical plays at the Pioneer Center for Performing Arts for five performances during the weekend of December 16-18. Get tickets now for this fun holiday treat now because tickets sell out fast. You can’t miss the iconic gold dome of the Pioneer Center on 100 S. Virginia St in downtown Reno.
Reno Little Theater, Nevada’s longest-running community theater brings a David Sedaris’ essay to life this holiday season with their production of The Santaland Diaries. This comedic feast features two ensemble casts and post show karaoke after-parties with the cast. Come early to experience their Bizarre Bazaar with one-of-kind gifts from local visual artists.
Singing, dancing, Santa Claus and more! This is a holiday performance you won’t want to miss. See the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Dr. Jason Altieri perform orchestral arrangements, jazzy numbers and traditional holiday tunes in an event that will have you jingle all the way. This festive event takes place Saturday, December 3rd at the Pioneer Center for Performing Arts in downtown Reno.
Family favorite and visual masterpiece, The Nutcracker plays at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino for two special matinee performances the weekend of December 3rd-4th. Fans of tradition know that the holiday season isn’t a success once you experience the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy (and have the melody stuck in your head until New Year’s Day.) Tickets sell out quickly so reserve your seats now!
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