Sioux Falls South Dakota upcoming holiday special events

Does your group enjoy special events? Sioux Falls, South Dakota has a large assortment of high quality activities, particularly during our upcoming holiday season.  Join us for celebrations of the season, from performances to events, we have it all.

Sioux Falls is over flowing with performances including Irving Berlin’s White Christmas and Lori Line “Christmas Bells are Ringing” concerts at the Washington Pavilion, Christmas at the Cathedral, and our very own South Dakota Symphony just to mention a few.

A sampling of local events include: Downtown Parade of Lights, A Pavilion Holiday, Festival of Trees, Trains at Christmas, Breakfast with Santa, Downtown Holidays and so much more.  Select an event and we can wrap a localized itinerary around it!

Winter Wonderland at Falls Park continues from the Friday prior to Thanksgiving through the first week of January.  It is a Holiday spectacular which includes a dazzling display of approximately 250,000 lights, animated dancing displays, and special holiday music piped throughout the 123-acre park.

If you haven’t quite finished your holiday shopping, plan out time to spend at a multitude of friendly boutiques that adorn our downtown district or visit The Empire Mall with 180 specialty shops and department stores, you are sure to find that perfect something.

Grasp a taste of Sioux Falls prior to your performance by enjoying a wine tasting at one of our local, rural wineries followed by a reservation at one of the many Sioux Falls home grown restaurants.

Sioux Falls is South Dakota’s largest city, so if you are planning a day trip or a multi-day tour you will find something for everyone.  Make this year memorable and let us customize your tour to include one of our many special events.  Contact Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau at 800-333-2072

Visit our events website for an up-to-date calendar of events at  All itineraries are flexible and let us design a tour that will suit your group’s interests.

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