Grand Tree Lighting Celebration at Galleria Dallas



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Galleria Dallas
13350 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, Texas 75240

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Galleria Dallas has been one of the top holiday destination spots for shoppers across North Texas and around the world for more than three decades.  From the iconic 95-foot-tall Christmas tree to Missile Toes, the ice-skating Santa who shoots fireworks from his skates, the holiday celebration at Galleria Dallas is recognized as one of the grandest nationwide.  The holiday season at Galleria Dallas kicks off in early November with the decorating of America’s tallest indoor Christmas tree, which features nearly a half-million lights, 10,000 ornaments and a 100-pound, 10-foot-tall LED star. The festivities continue throughout the season with live entertainment and numerous other holiday events, Nov. 29 – Dec. 31.

For thousands of shoppers, a thrilling trip to Galleria Dallas to enjoy the abundance of sales and promotions offered on Black Friday (Nov. 29) is an annual tradition.  The holiday festivities kick off at noon on Black Friday with the impressive Grand Tree Lighting Celebration. The ceremony will be hosted each Saturday through Dec. 21, starting at 6 p.m. Every show features Missile Toes, Galleria’s ice-skating, back-flipping, pyrotechnic Santa Claus, live performances by Olympic and National Champion-ranked skaters, and students from the Galleria Dallas Skate School, who introduce the lighting of the country’s tallest indoor tree.


Friday, November 29, 12 noon, and Saturday, November 30, 6 p.m.

Patrick Chan, 2018 Olympic Gold Medalist


Saturday, December 7, 6 p.m.

Ryan Bradley – 2011 U.S. Men’s National Champion


Saturday, December 14, 6 p.m.

Mirai Nagasu – 2018 Olympic Bronze Medalist and “Dancing With the Stars” Finalist

Evgenia Tarasova & Vladimir Morozov – 2019 World Silver Medalists


Saturday, December 21, 6 p.m.

Kaetlyn Osmond – 2018 Olympic Team Gold Champion

Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc – 2019 U.S. National Champions



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