Calendar of Events for December 2023:


JCPenney/Sunset Mall $1,000 Survey Drawing

Each year, visitors at the entrance of the Concho Christmas Celebration’s Tour of Lights are given Survey Cards to fill out.  These Survey Cards are then entered into the JCPenney/Sunset Mall $1,000 Shopping Spree. 

Click here for the Official Sweepstakes Rules.


Concerts at the Farmer's Market Pavilion

Once again, the Christmas Concert series at the Farmer’s Market Pavilion is set to fill the Paseo area with the sounds of Christmas presented by local churches, schools, and the San Angelo Community Band. There is plenty of parking available to enjoy the concerts from the comfort of your vehicle. 


Bike Through the Lights

The San Angelo Bicycle Association along with Santa will lead bicyclists on a ride through the three million Christmas Lights and the viewing of over seventy Christmas Greeting Cards. Concho Christmas Celebration and San Angelo Bicycle Association present this non-competitive ride and it is free and open to all. Parking is available at the San Angelo YMCA parking lot located at 353 S. Randolph. The bike tour is scheduled to begin on Sunday, December 3 at 4:30 p.m. and cyclists will exit the lower YMCA parking lot at the corner of Randolph onto Veterans Memorial Drive. Cyclists will need front light, rear reflector or light, and a helmet. Cyclists must be off the Tour by 6:30 p.m. Contact O.B. Larson at 325-260-3353 for additional information.

Riders, Skaters, and Walkers of all ages are welcome!

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Christmas Cartoons

Come and enjoy Christmas holiday cartoons during the light tour.  The animated feature is shown continuously on a large screen at the end of the Tour of Lights on Oakes Street, from December 1st through 31st.  Park you car and tune your radio dial to 103.9 and listen to the cartoon in the comfort of your vehicle.  Feel free to bring along some popcorn, hot chocolate, and other treats as you make family memories watching classic cartoons.

Closed captioning is featured on the Christmas cartoon/story selections.


Tuba Christmas

This year’s Tuba Christmas is scheduled on Saturday, December 16th. Check back soon for location details. The event is free and open to the public. Plan to attend this unique and memorable concert event featuring tuba and euphonium players from across the Concho Valley performing traditional Christmas and holiday songs.

For more information, please call Eric Hansen at (325) 374-4760 and leave a message.


Kayak Through the Lights

Kayaking Divas N Dudes once again host the annual holiday paddle down the beautiful Concho River. Kayakers are invited to decorate their kayaks with Christmas lights and join us for this unique view of the lights along the river.

For more information: see the “Kayaking Divas N Dudes” Facebook page or email: [email protected]


Santa's Santa Fe Christmas

The Historic Railway Depot welcomes visitors to enjoy the wonderland of holiday decorations while you wait for the arrival of Santa Claus. Santa is scheduled to arrive by train at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 9th. You can visit with Santa, shop local vendors, and much more! The Depot will be open for tours from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. For more information call Suzanna Valenzuela at (325) 340-3363.


Run Rudolph Run

The San Angelo Road Lizards return with the Run Rudolph Run event this year. Runners and walkers are welcome. The run begins at SAMFA on December 10th at 5:30.

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Twin Mountain Tonesmen Annual Christmas Concerts

Get in the Christmas spirit with the Tonesmen at their 30th annual Christmas concerts on Saturday, December 16th at 7pm and Sunday, December 17th at 5pm in the beautiful First Methodist Church Sanctuary on the corner of Oakes and Beauregard.

Hear your favorite religious and secular Christmas songs performed by the award-winning a cappella chorus of 40 men! The concerts will also feature a sing-a-long with the audience and a visit from Santa! The Tonesmen are directed by Mark Clark and will include an ensemble and quartets. For more information, log onto or

Admission is always free and seating is first come – first serve, so get there early!