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FAQ

What is it?

 

Pratt Brothers Christmas at Rawhide is Arizona’s premier light show and family experience. This BRAND-NEW experience will feature over 6 million lights, a dazzling light show, a magical train ride, nightly parades, jaw-dropping stunt shows, holiday shopping, live entertainment, and much more. 

When is it?

 

Dates: 

  • To the public: Wednesdays – Sundays from November 24th – December 24th 

  • Gila River Indian Community/Media nights: November 20th, 21st, and 22nd (Tribal Members must show tribal ID)

 

Hours: Gates open at 6:00 PM and close at 10:00 PM. 

Where is it?

 

Located at Rawhide Western Town

5700 W North Loop Rd, Chandler, AZ 85226

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  • ADMISSIBLE ITEMS GUESTS ARE WELCOME TO BRING:​

    • Disposable or digital cameras

    • Soft-sided bags and containers 16″x16″x8″ or smaller to be permitted

    • Diaper Bags must meet above size requirements to be permitted

    • Factory-sealed water bottle: up to one liter per person.

 

FOR THE SAFETY AND RESPECT OF OTHERS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOT PERMITTED, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

 

  • No drugs/substances of any kind are allowed inside

  • No pet event (Service animals permitted, more information below)

  • No outside food or drink

  • No opened containers of any kind

  • No professional cameras (this includes small, medium, or large detachable lenses)

  • No professional video or recording devices

  • No laser pointers

  • No fireworks

  • No weapons of any kind (We reserve the right to determine what is or is not a weapon)

  • No glass containers

  • No alcohol of any kind (As with any public event, please be respectful of others. With safety as a primary concern, all persons entering are subject to search.)

  • No overnight parking

  • We reserve the right to refuse entry

Service Animals

 

Pratt Brothers Christmas welcomes trained service dogs as defined under Titles II and III of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), no other animals are permitted within the event. Service animals must be under the effective control of the handler at all times and all vaccinations for rabies and other common diseases must be up to date.

 

If the dog is found not to be housebroken, barking or lunging at guests or other service dogs or generally not under control by the handler the service dog and handler will be asked to leave the event without refund.

 

  • Emotional support animals, comfort animals, and therapy dogs are not service animals under Title II and Title III of the ADA. As such these animals are not permitted.


Corporate/Private Parties/Events

 

Please contact us at info@prattbrotherschristmas.com with all information to receive a quote.

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