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While the globe keeps turning, Raleigh continues to adapt to our new cultural landscape. Check out this list of things to know and do this December in Raleigh, provided to you by Revisn short-term apartments in Glenwood South.

Holiday Market at Hidwell
December 2, 2021, 4:30 - 9:00pm at Hartwell in Downtwon Raleigh; free.

From the Website: Raleigh Night Market is partnering with the Hartwell for a Holiday Outdoor Market! This will take place in their green space where you can meet, greet and shop your favorite artisans.

WRAL Night of Lights

All month long, 6-10pm at Dorothea Dix Park; general admission starting at $25.

From the website:Brighten your holiday season with WRAL Nights of Lights Drive-Thru Light Show at Dorothea Dix Park, brought to you by WRAL/Capitol Broadcasting Company in partnership with the City of Raleigh.

The 2nd annual WRAL Nights of Lights event is here! Tickets go on sale on Thurs., Sept. 30 at 6pm. This year's event features more lights, more nights and fewer cars!

Towering oaks, rolling hills and open fields will be the magical backdrop for this dazzling light show throughout the park. Illuminated trees, festive light displays, and local art installations will delight visitors of all ages along the 1.3-mile route. General admission vehicles will enter Nights of Lights at the Hunt Dr. entrance to Dorothea Dix Park off Western Blvd. VIP Fast Lane ticketholders will enter Nights of Lights via Umstead Drive off Lake Wheeler Rd.

North Carolina Symphony Presents Holiday Pops

December 10-11, 2021. Fri. 8pm; Sat. 3pm and 8pm at Meymandi Concert Hall. Purchase tickets online.

From the website: A holiday tradition with the songs you know and love! At this festive performance, the Symphony welcomes a star vocalist to spread cheer with traditional favorites—sure to get you in the spirit of the season!

50th Annual Historic Oakwood Candlelight Tour

December 11-12, 2021 from 1-7pm throughout Historic Oakwood neighborhood. Admission $30-35.

From the website:

Get ready to take a walk through history this holiday season, as a dozen properties in the Historic Oakwood neighborhood open their doors to visitors during the Annual Historic Oakwood Candlelight Tour®.

There's a feeling of a small town community right in the middle of Downtown Raleigh. Historic Oakwood is a community of homes most of which are dated from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s. There's a continuing effort to preserve the Victorian, Queen Anne, and Craftsman architectural styles of these homes from a century ago. The immaculate care of the exteriors of the homes is only a prelude to the beauty and attention to detail given to the interiors.

The Nutcracker presented by Carolina Ballet

Recurring daily December 17-24, 2021 at the Memorial Auditorium in Downtown Raleigh. See website for ticket details.

From the website:

The Nutcracker is the perfect ballet for the young and young at heart. With illusions created by magician Rick Thomas, made possible by WRAL-TV, the Carolina Ballet's is one of the only Nutcracker productions with magic performed live onstage.

Whether you are seeing it live for the first time or the 20th, Carolina Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker is a must-see tradition that reminds all of us that the holidays are a time when families can gather, and dreams really can come true

Magic of Lights

Running all month long. Sun. - Thurs. 5-10pm; Fri. and Sat. 5-11 pm at Coastal Credit Union Music Park. $20-$32 per car.

From the website:

Magic of Lights is a magical drive-through holiday light experience. Buy your ticket online to get the best deal. Tickets purchased online can be used any day of the week.

NHL Carolina Hurricanes vs. Montreal Canadiens

December 30, 2021 starting at 7pm at PNC Arena; admission starts at $36.

From the website:

NHL Carolina Hurricanes will play the Montreal Canadiens, December 30! Come out to support our Canes!

New Year's Eve at Raleigh Union Station

December 31, 2021 from 9pm - 2am in Raleigh Union Station. $5-$400 admission.

From the website: We cordially invite you out to the Triangle's Ultimate 2022 New Year’s Eve Celebration. Join us Fri. Dec. 31st, 2021 at Raleigh Union Station for the Triangle’s 9th Annual “official” 2022 New Year’s Eve Celebration. Featuring 2 Levels, 5 DJs, Live Music, Great Views of Downtown, Skybox VIP/Open Bar Option, Party Favors, Photo Booth, Complimentary Champagne for VIP Guests, Table/Bottle Service, Coat Check, Limited Food in VIP while it lasts.

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