November 30 for 22 select nights through December, The Lights of Christmas Festival welcomes an average of over 68,000 people annually. People from all walks of life enjoy over one million lights in dazzling displays, music, drama, children’s activities, and more.
This year’s Live Theatre production at The Lights of Christmas, Back Home on the Tumblin’ D, by Victoria Ritchey, was first performed in 2012 and a favorite of our Theatre attendees. A sequel to last year’s play, it brings back the Tumblin’ D characters with new adventures.
The Lights of Christmas brings both nostalgia and innovation together for a one-of-a-kind family Christmas experience you have to see to believe. Since The Lights of Christmas festival first opened in 1997, the event has doubled in size and scope, now with over one million lights,
Opening night is one of four “Pay What You Can” nights this year, also offered on December 8, 27 and 28. This offer gives the opportunity for guests who cannot afford regular ticket prices to pay what they can.
"The Lights of Christmas is by far one of our favorite family outings every December. The kids’ eyes light up as the experience of Christmas comes to life. My husband and I love watching their faces and excitement..."
Would you like to do something fun and fulfilling this Christmas season? The Lights of Christmas holiday festival has plenty of opportunities for volunteers. It’s a great way to share the joy of the Christmas season. The Lights of Christmas Event Volunteer Staff make the event possible!
The Christmas season is a time for friends and family to build memories shaped by love, joy, and laughter. What better way to celebrate than to enjoy an evening of Holiday Theatre at The Lights of Christmas!
There is something special about The Lights of Christmas festival! More than lights, or shopping with lights around, The Lights of Christmas immerses guests into a range of experiences for young and old alike to share and treasure through the years.
Looking for a unique holiday idea for a family vacation or weekend getaway for your group? Come stay overnight at The Lights of Christmas, the largest holiday festival in the Pacific Northwest. The lodging is set amidst the beauty of over one million lights.
Twenty years ago, The Lights of Christmas was nothing more than an idea. The hope was maybe Warm Beach Camp could better serve the community in December through a holiday festival rather than a handful of small group events. Today, The Lights of Christmas is regularly voted into top ten lists...
“Welcome to a Christmas wonderland!” exclaimed one young guest in describing The Lights of Christmas, at Warm Beach Camp in Stanwood, WA. The annual holiday festival held in December, treated guests to magnificent light displays,grand Christmas music, fun children’s activities, live theater, hot fresh donuts, and much more.
When The Lights of Christmas began in 1997, it set out to lavishly celebrate the message of Christmas in a way that welcomed the community. And what better way to welcome the community than by reaching out to the community for participation in this event!
American Bus Association names The Lights of Christmas one of North America’s 100 best events for 2016
The American Bus Association (ABA) announced that The Lights of Christmas, held each December, has been designated as one of the Top 100 Events in North America for 2016 by an experienced expert tourism industry selection committee.
Steamed cheeseburgers? Yes, they do exist and the buns are not soggy! Originating in Connecticut during the 1920s, this New England classic makes its debut among the Grub Hub food vendors at The Lights of Christmas in Stanwood, WA.
Here’s the inside scoop for you to make the most of your visit to The Lights of Christmas! All those who like to plan ahead, keep reading. Those more spontaneous, read on as well because you might be surprised. We asked the experts ...
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