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Katy Entertainment Guide for December


By Ali Litton

Count down to the end of 2019, by filling your calendar with holiday magic and whimsical entertainment this month. With our fun guide, you can support local businesses and student organizations, and enjoy wonderful performances throughout Katy.


Connolly Dance Arts Presents Nutcracker Ballet Sunday, December 8 3:00pm - 5:00pm Morton Ranch High School 21000 Franz Road

Connolly Dance Arts presents their annual Nutcracker performance! Talented young dancers tell the classic story of a young girl’s Christmas dream coming to life. Get your tickets now to watch this beautiful production, an iconic ballet, and treasured holiday tradition.

Tickets are available for purchase starting at $12 on their website.


“The Office” Trivia Night-Holiday Episode Edition Thursday, December 5 7:00pm The Grower USA 1443 FM 1463 #100

Calling all fans of the hit TV show “The Office” for a festive trivia night you won’t want to miss. Get ready to recall fun facts about Jim, Pam and the whole Office gang as The Growler hosts a special edition trivia night featuring holiday episodes from “The Office.” Five fun rounds await as you immerse yourself in the Party Planning Committee and find out who has been impish or admirable.

To RSVP click here.


Elf Cereal Party Saturday, December 7 10:00am Alamo Drafthouse

LaCenterra 2707 Commercial Center Boulevard

Come hungry and comfy to this all-you-can-eat showing of “Elf”! Alamo will provide a huge selection of cereal, buffet style, for you to crunch along with your favorite Christmas elf. Wear your pajamas, grab a bowl and crunch away!

To purchase tickets, click here.


Christmas with the Annie Moses Band Sunday, December 21 7:00pm - 9:00pm Kingsland Baptist Church 20555 Kingsland Boulevard

This string-band sensation brings beloved carols to Kingsland Baptist Church just in time for Christmas. Enjoy beautiful renditions of Christmas classics in a fast-paced and inspired string concert.


The Polar Express Movie Party Saturday, December 7 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 4:00pm Alamo Drafthouse

LaCenterra 2707 Commercial Center Bouleveard

All aboard! Alamo brings the fun family favorite, “The Polar Express,” to life right in the theater for three showings. The interactive movie experience includes fun props - a Santa hat, sleigh bells, and a train whistle.

To purchase tickets, click here.


Messiah Sing-a-Long Sunday December 8 7:00pm St. Peter’s UMC 20775 Kingsland Boulevard

St. Peter’s Choir and Orchestra will present their 12th Annual “The Messiah” concert featuring a professional orchestra and singers from the Katy community. This Katy Christmas tradition shares the spirit of joy this holiday season. A reception in the Asbury Hall immediately follows the presentation. Childcare will be available.

For more information visit their website.


Brazilian Christmas Festival Sunday, December 8 12:00pm - 5:00pm Wildcatter Saloon 26913 Katy Freeway

The Brazilian Women Foundation (BWF), a non-profit organization serving the communities in Texas, is hosting a Brazilian Christmas Festival to showcase the works of entrepreneurs in three areas: culinary, arts, and music. The festival features live entertainment with live Brazilian bands, Brazilian food vendors, games and a free photo with Santa! Admission to the festival is free, and the BWF will be accepting new toy donations benefiting the 4th Toy Drive Campaign for children’s hospitals. For more information visit the event Facebook page here.


Seven Lakes Holiday Extravaganza Thursday, December 12 6:00pm (dinner and informal performances) 7:30 (formal performances) Seven Lakes Performing Arts Center 9251 South Fry Road

Mark your calendar for this annual holiday party! Join special guest, Santa Claus, as you are treated to the performances of Seven Lakes High School students featuring the Jazz Band, Studio VII, Dance, Band, Choir and Orchestra.

Tickets for dinner and the performances costs $20. The performance-only tickets cost $10.

To purchase tickets click here.


James E. Taylor (JET) Band Jingle Tour Sunday, December 15 2:00pm Gerri Ayers Pool to Crescent Green Park Kingsland Boulevard & Crescent Green Drive

Get in the holiday spirit with the JET Band! Members of the Taylor High School band will start the Jingle Tour from the Gerri Ayers Pool at 2:00pm. The JET Band will make several “jingle stops” along the route for the community to enjoy music and performances. They will be taking requests!!

The JET Band will conclude their march at Crescent Green Park to celebrate with plenty of holiday cheer, the Drumline, and the Color Guard. Hot chocolate, coffee, and baked goods will be available for purchase, plus an opportunity for pictures with Santa!

To see the Jingle Tour itinerary and request a Jingle Stop, click here.


Lone Star Symphonic Band presents ‘Tis the Season Sunday, December 15 4:00pm - 5:30pm Holy Covenant Church 22111 Morton Ranch Road

Come hear the Lone Star Symphonic Band as they celebrate their 27th anniversary season! To spread holiday cheer, the band will perform Christmas and Hanukkah selections. Guests can also participate in the impressive silent auction.

Tickets are $7.00 and can be purchased here.


Candlelight and Carols Duo Show Saturday, December 7 7:30pm Legends Coffee and Café 25707 Westheimer Parkway ​​

This candlelight concert will set the mood for the holidays! The Duo Show features Mia Suzanne Walker and JR Rodriguez who will serenade the audience with favorite Christmas songs, and share original songs sure to make your holiday playlist!

For more info click here.


A Christmas Story Movie Party Sunday, December 8 3:00pm Alamo Drafthouse

LaCenterra 2707 Commercial Center Boulevard

Fun props are included with your ticket to Alamo’s A Christmas Story Movie Party. Guests can enjoy this iconic Christmas movie viewing experience on a new level.

Don those bunny PJ’s and bring the whole family to Alamo Drafthouse to watch Ralphie’s greatest year of Christmas ever!

Click here to purchase your tickets.


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