The Lights of Christmas wins award

It is an honor to announce The Lights of Christmas Festival has placed seventh in the 2018 USA Today 10Best Reader’s Award for Best Public Holiday Lights Display in the U.S.

The Lights of Christmas was selected as a nominee by a panel of expert judges and then ensued four weeks of public voting in order to earn its place in the top ten.

USA today is a multi-platform news and information company that is currently the nation’s number one newspaper in print circulation with an award-winning newspaper website, and a leader in mobile application.

The Lights of Christmas is a holiday dream come true. Christmas magic awaits the whole family at the festival.”
– Patrick Patterson, Warm Beach Camp General Manager

We are honored for being recognized by this prestigious multi-platform news company. We want to thank everyone who voted for The Lights of Christmas, for our hardworking staff, our wonderful volunteers, our supportive community, and all our amazing attendees.

Our desire is to provide a one-of-kind holiday experience for each attendee and honor our community with the spirit of Christmas.

The Lights of Christmas will remain open after Christmas, Dec. 26-29 of this year. Purchase Festival tickets online or at the gate, or make overnight getaway reservations online. .

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