Temps will be in the 60s and 70s next week but that doesn’t mean Phoenicians can’t ice skate under the holiday lights.
The CitySkate Outdoor Holiday Ice Rink returns to downtown Phoenix Saturday, Nov. 28 at CityScape, near Central Avenue and Washington Street.
There will be a grand opening celebration on Saturday to open the rink for the holiday season. It will feature simulated snowfall, pictures with Santa, live music and a tree lighting with Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton.
The event itself is free to the public, but if you’d like to skate, you can buy tickets online or at the ticket booth onsite for $12, $15 in the evening.
The rink will be open for skating daily through Jan. 11, including Christmas Eve, Christmas day and New Years day.
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