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Looking for Christmas activities for the family around Shreveport-Bossier City, LA? We've got you covered with a list of all the holiday happenings in northwest Louisiana!

Family Friendly Christmas Events in and around Shreveport-Bossier City, LA Friday, December 15th - Sunday, December 17, 2023:

  • Christmas in Roseland is celebrating its 40th year at the American Rose Center in Greenwood!  They will have fireworks shows every Saturday in December, Santa is in the garden for photos every night from 6 - 9 pm, you can ride the Roseland Express mini train, and more! Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening from 5:30 - 10 pm through December 17th and every night from December 18th - 23rd. $10 per person or $30 for four. 
  • Sno-Port is back at Sci-Port Discovery Center now through Monday, January 29! Tickets are $15 and activities include a sock skating rink, Snowball Pong, Freeze Frame, an Igloo Experience, and more!   
  • The Piney Park Winter Festival and Trail of Lights in Marshall, TX is back and open Monday through Saturday through December 31st from 5 - 10 pm
    Tickets start at $12.99


  • Experience the magic of Christmas like never before at Shreveport Aquarium's 4th annual BELIEVE! Lights the Night event It runs from 5 – 9 pm on December 16th, 17th, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd. Tickets are $30.    
  • Songs of the Season returns to Shreveport Community Church now through Sunday, December 17th with performances at 2 pm and 7 pm. Tickets start at $25.   
  • Don’t miss artspace's Silent Night! Dive into the Sno Glo Exhibition for a unique Silent Disco, where you can dance the night away surrounded by mesmerizing art on Friday, December 15th from 9 pm – 1 am. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.   


  • On Saturday, December 16th, the Bossier Arts Council is giving you the chance to have breakfast with the Grinch at 9 am. Tickets are $10.   
  • Cirque Musica Holiday Wonderland will take over Shreveport’s Municipal Auditorium on Saturday, December 16th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $35 and up. This must-see holiday show combines circus acts and live music with a festive theme. 
  • It’ll be a ‘Wonka Winter��� at Sci-Port Discovery Center on Saturday, December 16th from 11 am – 3:30 pm. Enjoy cookies and cocoa with Santa after watching the new Wonka movie. Tickets are members are $24.95 and tickets for non-members are $34.95. 


  • Join the Shreveport Regional Arts Council in Caddo Common Park on Saturday, December 16th from 11 am - 1 pm for "A Merry Tuba Christmas." The event is free to attend and there will be vendors and food trucks on site.   
  • It’ll be a night to remember, Saturday, December 16th at Shreveport’s Riverview Theater at 7:30 pm with the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Pops concert featuring Laura Osnes. Tickets start at $29 and kids 12 and under are $10. Student tickets are $15.   
  • The Shreveport Symphony Orchestra Strings and Brass Quintet are set to perform Corelli’s Christmas Concerto plus holiday brass favorites at LSU Shreveport’s University Center on Sunday, December 17th at 3 pm. Admission is free.   


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