This month marks the fifth year of Scottsdazzle, the City of Scottsdale’s annual holiday extravaganza.
To ensure safety amid the time of COVID-19, the city’s elves have been busy reimaging a new approach to many of the spirited gatherings, including the official kick-off event of Scottsdazzle.
In lieu of the tree-lighting and sing-along that had been done in the past, the City of Scottsdale will unveil a three-night inaugural Scottsdazzle Stroll, according to a press release.
Nightly from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 27 through Sunday, Nov. 29, holiday revelers are invited to a spirited and socially distanced “stroll” along the canal banks of Old Town Scottsdale.
Attendees can admire special holiday vignettes, beautiful seasonal lighting, and the impressive Scottsdazzle tree while enjoying live entertainment, visits from holiday characters, and more.
The event serves as the official start of this year’s Scottsdazzle, which features a number of new “micro-events” all designed to abide by CDC guidelines while still providing residents and visitors alike a multitude of ways to get into the spirit of the season.
The kick-off event is free, and masks are required. For more, visit www.scottsdazzle.com.