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Get Your Hearing Ready: Tuacahn’s Seasonal Events

Get Your Hearing Ready: Tuacahn's Seasonal Events
The holiday season has started, and there is so much to see and hear, from driving around to see Christmas lights to catching one of Tuacahn’s events. But if you are struggling with hearing loss this season, you may not be able to enjoy the upcoming holiday celebrations as completely.

To help motivate you to come in and check your hearing—or get your hearing aids adjusted—Hearing & Balance Doctors is here to tell you all about what’s going on at Tuacahn this season.

What’s Going On At Tuacahn This Holiday Season

If you haven’t heard of Tuacahn before, you are in for a treat. The Tuacahn Amphitheatre is a hidden gem tucked in the red cliffs that surround St. George, UT.

Everything from musical productions to comedy shows come to Tuacahn. It is also home to Tuacahn High School for the Arts, where local high schoolers can attend for a focused arts education.

As the offerings at Tuacahn change regularly, you can expect excellent holiday entertainment this season.

Christmas in the Canyon

Going from November 29 to December 23, Tuacahn will be open every evening—except Sunday and Tuesday—for Christmas in the Canyon. This ongoing event features:

  • Beautifully lit up Tuacahn, well-worth bundling up and taking a stroll through all the lights with friends and family.
  • A 20-minute live nativity, acted by local volunteers with music and narration to retell the story of the birth of Christ. The live nativity will be held once at 7 pm and again at 8 pm. Tickets are $3 per person or $20 per family—the family pricing includes up to 10 people.
  • From 6 pm-8:30 pm, Santa will be in the Tuacahn plaza and available for people to take photos with him.
  • Take a Christmas train ride on Old Salty Train from 6 pm-8:30 pm as it goes through the Padre Canyon. Rides cost $2 per person.

Elf The Musical

Starting November 29-December 21, Elf The Musical will be performed at Tuacahn. This musical tells the story of a young orphaned boy named Buddy who grows up in the North Pole with Santa and his elves, believing he is an elf. Until it is clear that Buddy isn’t suited to be an elf, Santa allows Buddy to go find his birth father, and helped his family re-discover the magic of Christmas.

The play starts at 7:30 pm, and ticket prices start at $29. Also, the musical will be held in the Hafen Theatre, so you will be indoors and not in the outdoor amphitheater.

Tuacahn Saturday Market

Year-round at Tuacahn, there is the Tuacahn Saturday Market, weather permitting. From 9 am to 1 pm every Saturday, come to enjoy live entertainment and browse the market stalls. Local artisans gather to sell products ranging from handmade jewelry to art, all of which can make excellent holiday gifts.

Ways To Prepare Your Hearing For Seasonal Fun

To ensure that your hearing is ready for all the events being hosted at Tuacahn, there are a number of things you can do.

  • Have your hearing evaluated – If you have suspected that you may be suffering from hearing loss, then it is time to have your hearing tested with a diagnostic hearing evaluation from our doctors of audiology. With this in-depth testing, if you have any hearing loss, our audiologists will be able to discover it.
  • Purchase hearing aids – If it does turn out that you have hearing loss, the next step is to find the right hearing aids for your needs. Our audiologists can help you explore your options so that you can purchase the hearing aids that suit you best.
  • Bring your hearing aids in for professional cleaning – Should you already have hearing aids, then you may want them professionally cleaned for the holidays. That way, if there is anything damaged on your hearing aids, our audiologists can repair it as well as cleaning out any blockage that can impede your ability to hear.
  • Address any tinnitus issues – Tinnitus can interrupt your enjoyment of the holidays, from attending events to talking with friends and family. Rather than allowing tinnitus to impact your holiday season, you can consult with our doctors of audiology on a progressive tinnitus management plan.
  • Have your hearing aids adjusted – Your hearing can change over time, even with hearing aids. If your hearing aids haven’t been as effective in conducting sound, you may want to visit with our audiologists and have them adjust your hearing aids.

If you want to have your hearing prepped in time to enjoy Tuacahn’s seasonal events, feel free to contact us. We are ready to help you have the best hearing possible so that you can enjoy all the sounds of the season.

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