WoW Holiday Events
Want to participate in Hallow’s End in WoW Classic? Here are all the differences from the holiday in retail WoW
WoW has been around so long that naturally the in-game holidays have evolved as the years have gone by.
Brewfest has received quite a few updates this year with a bunch of new cosmetic rewards -- but what are updates without some bugs to go along with them?
There's a brand new Hearthstone toy for the Midsummer Fire Festival, so I bet you're wondering what the quickest way to get it is.
Children's Week has been updated for Battle for Azeroth, with two new orphans and four new pets.
Noblegarden starts this Sunday, alongside the actual Easter holiday out in the real world.
If you ask Mitch, it was probably the other day when I replied to his comment about how much love he had in his heart with “Apparently not enough to get the Love Rocket.” [Editor's note: Yup.] Yes, I felt bad immediately after saying it.
Blizzard is continuing their holiday-themed hearthstone trend with the arrival of Love is in the Air today.
Noblegarden inexplicably started on a Monday this week, after the real life event had already happened, so you'll be forgiven if you haven't dug into it yet this year.
The Day of the Dead is a very short holiday in World of Warcraft.
Get your steins and rams ready, Brewfest has begun! Scheduled this year from September 20 to October 6, you have a full two weeks to get your ram racing, beer drinking, and mount farming in.