Beginning on December 1st, the Desert Botanical Garden will celebrate its 33rd year of Las Noches de las Luminarias, where the trails are lined with more than 8,000 hand-lit luminarias and you can listen to eleven musical acts as you enjoy the desert trails.

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Listen to musical favorites including the Chris Burton Jacome Flamenco Ensemble, Dickens Carolers, and the very best of Valley handbell choirs. You can also kick up your heals with The Swingtips – a popular swing band – or listen to Native-American music and storytelling with Ken Duncan.

You can make plans to dine at the Garden and you have two options. An indoor, sit-down buffet dinner is available in Dorrance Hall, or you can purchase individual items at the Patio Café. Several drink stations will be located along the trails for hot coffee and cocoa, wine, sodas and hot cider.

For information about Las Noches de las Luminarias at the Desert Botanical Garden events, including a complete entertainment listing, buffet menu and tickets, please visit dbg.org.

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