Republic Services Presents Bullhead City’s Christmas Festival

Published by The Bee News

December 7, 2023

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BULLHEAD CITY, AZ., December 07, 2023 – Bullhead City’s Christmas Festival, presented by Republic Services, is on track to becoming the biggest and most exciting Christmas Festival the City has ever organized. Hosted at the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse Saturday, December 16, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., this year’s festival features free entry, free entertainment, free pictures with Santa, free parking, and free access to over 50 vendors and food trucks. This year’s event provides the highest-value assortment of premium activities the City has ever offered for just the price of one $15 wristband. 

            “We have so many great and exciting things in store for everyone to enjoy this year,” said Senior Bullhead City Parks and Recreation Supervisor Claire Adams. “We’re bringing a roller rink, a set of 4 trampoline bungees, swing rides, an inflatable rock wall, a snow maze, and that’s just the tip of the 31-foot inflatable slide. We’ve significantly improved the available attractions this year, focusing on having more fun activities for kids, teens, and adults alike.”  

            “Entry to the building is completely free,” said Parks and Recreation Superintendent David Heath. “Come in, look around, enjoy the free entertainment performing on the stage, get your free pictures with Santa, Rudolph, and Frosty, write and mail a letter to Santa, and then come back to the front door to buy your wristband when you’re ready for some more fun.”  

            “Our value proposition for this event is unmatched by anyone,” added Heath. “Just one turn on a roller rink or a trampoline bungee could cost you more than $20 dollars at other places. We’re giving access to all our attractions for just $15, and we’re not limiting how many times you can ride.”  

            Those looking to get some Christmas shopping done will not be disappointed. Over 50 vendors will fill the tent in front of the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse during the Festival, selling high-quality wares, including one-of-a-kind and handcrafted items.  

            This year’s live entertainment lineup includes performances from the Mohave High School Band, The Mohave High School Spirit Line, DB&G Dance, Dance Zoo, River Valley Spirit Line, and MALC Cheer. Openings still exist for groups that would like to perform at the festival. Interested performers are encouraged to contact Senior Parks and Recreation Supervisor Claire Adams at or 928-763-9400 ext 8306.  

            Due to the anticipated crowd size, the City will also offer a free shuttle service from the Mohave Crossroads Shopping Center to the Fieldhouse.  

            “We expect the parking lot at the Fieldhouse to fill up pretty early on in the day,” said Heath. “Free parking will be available at the Mohave Crossroads Shopping Center, and we’ll have a shuttle service bringing people to and from the event and the parking lot so they don’t have to walk.”  

            The Bullhead City Christmas Festival, Presented by Republic Services, is proudly sponsored by Republic Services, Optimum, The City of Bullhead City, Dot Foods, and TWN Communications.  

            “Thank you so much to our wonderful sponsors for making this event possible,” said sponsorship coordinator Jackie Jensen. “We couldn’t have done it without you.” 

            A complete list of attractions and details about the Christmas Festival is available at Those seeking more information about the event are encouraged to read more on the City’s website or contact Senior Parks and Recreation Supervisor Clair Adams at or 928-763-9400 ext 8306. 

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