PERMIAN BASIN, TX (KWES) - Looking for something to do this weekend? NewsWest 9 has all the fun and exciting stuff for you AND your family to experience December 21 through December 23.
- Dueling Pianos
Midland Beer Garden is hosting an interactive piano show called “The Eighty Eights Show.” The show includes a live duo performance with dueling pianos and becomes an engaging, unscripted excursion that leaves the crowd anticipating what will happen next. Shows will be at 9 p.m. on Dec. 21 and Dec. 22
- The Nutcracker
The Midland Festival Ballet will be performing their 25th anniversary production of “The Nutcracker" on December 22. The cast will include over 100 local performers, MFB Alumna Lindsey Croop, Anthony Spaulding of the Dance Theatre of Harlem and others from Ballet San Antonio, Boulder Ballet, etc.
- Christmas concert
David Dunn will be at Midland Bible Church on December 23 for a free Christmas concert. The concert will start at 7 p.m.
- Crossroads Christmas Party
Crossroads in Odessa is offering a Christmas party for the community December 21-23. Guests can expect to hear lots of Christmas music, with special effects and lighting, as well as an interactive show for all ages.
- Christmas light flights
The High Sky Wing is back for the fifth year providing people the opportunity to see the Christmas lights of Midland in a fun and unique way. If you’re interested, you can ride in a C-45, a World War II aircraft and fly over Midland with a beautiful holiday view through the December 23.
- Very Merry Midland
- Starbright Village
- West Texas North Pole Village
The West Texas North Pole Village is returning to Ector County during the month of December. The village is open now and will go on until Dec. 23.
- Comanche Trail Festival of Lights
The Comanche Trail Festival of Lights is open through Dec. 25. The light show boasts over a million lights on display in the Comanche Trail Park in Big Spring.