Starting this Thanksgiving weekend, the Valley will glowing as the holiday season gets into swing. And light displays are popping up all across the area.

Here's a list of displays already open or opening this week:

Zoo Lights, November 22 to January 14

ZooLights shines with millions of lights, a three-story lighted tree, hundreds of glimmering light displays, lakeside Music-in-Motion shows and more.

Christmas at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, November 22 to December 31

Witness the resort transform into an enchanting winter wonderland during our Eighth Annual Christmas at the Princess festival.

Illumination Symphony of Lights , now to January 14

Arizona's largest drive-thru holiday light show features millions of lights sychronized with holiday music.

Lights of the World at Arizona State Fairgrounds, now to January 2

The largest light and lantern festival in North America brightens the downtown Phoenix, combining the age-old Chinese tradition of lanterns with cutting-edge technology and lights.

Glendale Glitters, November 24 to January 6

Glendale’s award-winning holiday lighting event features 1.6 million LED lights along sixteen blocks of downtown Glendale. It's the largest free holiday light display in Arizona.

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Las Noches De Las Luminarias, November 24 to December 30

The Desert Botancial Garden features more than 8,000 hand lit luminaria bags, thousands of white twinkle lights and the sights and sounds of 10 unique entertainment ensembles.

Mesa Temple Christmas Lights, November 24 to December 31

The display includes hundreds of thousands of colorful lights, uniquely illuminated palm trees and flower gardens, an inspiring nativity scene, a display of Mary and Joseph on their way to Bethlehem, and recorded messages in English and Spanish. The annual display is provided by volunteers and is free.

Tempe’s Fantasy of Lights opening night parade on Mill Ave, November 24

This festive event brings over 35,000 people to downtown Tempe to enjoy the parade, tree lighting ceremony, holiday shopping and a visit with Santa.

CitySkate, November 25 to January 7

The grand opening celebration and tree lighting take place on Saturday, November 25, and includes musical performances, a visit from Santa and more.

Ahwatukee's Festival of Lights, November 25 to January 1

While the kick off event is November 25, the display runs on Chandler Boulevard from 24th Street to Desert Foothills Boulevard through New Years Day.