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December Nights

Published on: December 04, 2018

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With a population close to 1.5 million, San Diego ranks as the 2nd largest city in California and 8th in the nation. Head-count alone doesn’t make the “birthplace of California” so popular but when you add great weather, a coastal setting with more than 40 miles of public beaches, and countless attractions and events, it’s a winning mix!

Photos: December Nights (Dec.7-8, 2018) in Balboa Park is a testament to what makes San Diego so fantastic. The fiesta filled with music and dance is one of the biggest, free holiday shows in the nation. With non-stop entertainment in a 1,400 acre park that boasts 15 museums and the world-famous San Diego Zoo, guests can roam between live music, shopping and food vendors, or see the latest exhibitions in galleries and gardens.

Leading up to a big weekend filled with thousands of events and celebrations in California are some time-honored favorites such as:

December 5, 2018

CAMARILLO: Christmas at Camarillo Ranch

DUARTE: Tree Lighting and Fiesta

GRIDLEY:  Parade of Lights

HUNTINGTON BEACH: Live Nativity

LA PALMA: Tree Lighting

LOS ANGELES: LA Auto Show through Dec.9

December 6, 2018

AVALON: Mt. Ada (the grand Wrigley home,) Holiday Open House.

BREA: Tree Lighting

CULVER CITY:  Tree Lighting

PITTSBURG: Tree Lighting

REEDLEY: Electrical Farm Equipment Parade

SAN BRUNO: Tree Lighting

SANTA BARBARA: Christmas at the Mission

TULARE: Tree Lighting

WINDSOR:  Tree Lighting

SACRAMENTO: Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony with the Governor.

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