Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Nov. 7-23. Showtimes vary.
A holiday visit to Manhattan to see the world-famous Rockettes perform at the classic Radio City Music Hall is certainly a trip to remember. Atlantans, however, do not have to travel all the way to the Big Apple to see The Rockettes’ high-kicks in person. These athletic ladies are traveling to Atlanta and will perform classic numbers, such as the “Parade of Wooden Soldiers” and “The Living Nativity”, as well as new numbers with dazzling costumes, new sets and a 50-foot LED screen for 2013. 2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy., Atlanta. 770-916-2800. $27-125.
North Georgia Zoo
Nov. 29-Dec. 1. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Starlight tours, 6, 6:30 and 7 p.m.
Make the drive to the North Georgia mountains to enjoy an evening at the zoo’s animal-filled holiday celebration, including a live nativity scene with camels, starlight tours, a marshmallow roast and Christmas carols. 2912 Paradise Valley Rd., Cleveland. 706-348-7279. Starlight tours and hayride (general admission included). Advance tickets: Adults, $25; children, $23. At the gate: Adults, $30, children $28. General admission (excludes tour and hayride). Adults $7; children, $5. 23 months and younger, free.
Nov. 15-Feb. 14. Ice skating / Nov. 23 Tree Lighting and first Snow Show.
Atlanta meteorologists may not be able to guarantee a white Christmas, but the folks at Atlantic Station sure can. Daily Snow Shows begin Nov. 23 at the Lighting of Atlantic Station, with children’s activities planned during the day preceding the illumination of more than 250,000 lights after dark. New this year: an ice skating rink. 17th St., Atlanta. 404-410-4010. For skate times and pricing, visit atlanticstation.com. Illumination and Snow Shows, Free.
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