ACPA Community Events are a free to low-cost way to get involved in the arts and community. From First Fridays to TUBACHRISTMAS, our community traditions include many fun experiences for the whole family. As our programs continue to grow and evolve, so will the opportunities to connect. Check back here often to learn more!
Holiday Tree Lighting Proudly sponsored by ConocoPhillips–Alaska
Join the Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. for a re–imagined celebration of the official start to Anchorage’s holiday season! As we continue to re–imagine our downtown events and we remain committed to finding safe ways to bring the community together, we have decided that with the current case counts in Anchorage, it is best not to host our Holiday Light up Downtown event this Saturday, November 28th. Although there will not be an event, we invite the community downtown to see the holiday tree and the lights throughout the month of December.
Alaskan winters are dark and this year ADP made it our mission to light up downtown! Enjoy a stroll through downtown’s streets checking out light installations and supporting downtown businesses through Small Business Week. A map with all of the activated locations is available on Anchorage Downtown Partnership’s website.
By transitioning this event to a walking tour spread out across downtown, we hope to provide the space for entertainment while increasing physically distanced traffic downtown. Please respect physical distancing and mask requirements when enjoying the holiday spirit.
Dena’ina Center lights
Museum–lights + Projection on the facade: Rebeca Mendez, Circumsolar
EasyPark/5th Ave Mall–Sky Bridge lights
Peratrovich Park lights
Holiday tree and Town Square Lights
Resolution Point lights
Lamp posts and trees 4th and 5th Ave from C Street to L Street
Lamp posts and trees on G Street and E Street between 3rd and 5th Avenues
PAC Planet Walk Sun lights
This event is proudly sponsored by ConocoPhillips-Alaska. Generously supported by Kendall Toyota of Anchorage and Alaska Airlines. Chugach Electric, Beacon Media, Anchorage Parks and Recreation, the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, Gage Tree Services, Alaska Concert Association, and iHeartMedia Inc.
It’s your ASO’s Opening Night of our 75th season! We are honored to offer an evening of music programmed last summer by ASO Music Director Randall Craig Fleischer.
This virtual concert is a chance for you to see and hear ASO musicians up close, in an intimate, yet socially distant setting. Get dressed up, dressed down, or lounge in your PJs — it doesn’t matter. Just join us for a Classically Unconventional night of music with your ASO in your home from our concert home, the Atwood Concert Hall.