How to Ring in the Holidays with The Smith Center

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Image of a lit Christmas tree in front of the Pipe Dreams sculpture in the Donald W. Reynolds Symphony Park



‘Tis the season for bright lights, merry tunes and gift giving – and The Smith Center is making a list and checking it twice with ways to help you ring in the holidays right.

Check out great ideas below for celebrating the holidays with The Smith Center!


Holiday Shows

You don’t need to go wassailing to enjoy your favorite carols and holiday stories. Enjoy these festive shows coming to our stages, including:

 Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! Nov 26-Dec 1

Michael Grimm - It's a Grimm Christmas Full of Holiday Spirits Dec 6-7

Deana Martin Holiday Cheers! Dec 8

Clint Holmes – “Holmes for the Holidays”  Dec 13-15

Tyriq Johnson Presents a Taste of Christmas Dec 16

Storm Large Dec 21

Nevada Ballet Theatre – “The Nutcracker" Dec 13-24

Las Vegas Philharmonic – “Handel's Messiah" Dec 6

Las Vegas Philharmonic – “A Classic Holiday" Dec 7


Gift Cards for The Smith Center

Looking for a meaningful gift idea? You love The Smith Center’s dazzling shows and the warm memories you’ve made here – now share this special experience with friends and family, by giving a Smith Center gift card!

Good for music, theater and dance productions, this will delight both avid theater goers and those waiting for an opportunity to enter our doors.

Learn more by visiting here.


Dazzling Decorations

While you’re taking in a show at The Smith Center, explore our campus to see how we’ve decked our halls!

Our seasonal decorations include a twinkling, 30-foot tree in Symphony Park, plus holiday topiaries in our Grand Lobby. Don’t forget to visit the fifth-floor lobby of Reynolds Hall to enjoy the fully decorated 20-foot tree.

Boman Pavilion is also full of holiday cheer, with a 6-foot tree in the lobby and 10 wreaths with garland in Myron’s Cabaret Jazz and its lobby.

Plus, keep an eye out for the more than 60 poinsettias throughout our campus.

From your friends at The Smith Center, we wish you a joyous holiday season!


The holiday shows mentioned in this blog were a part of the 2017-2018 season.