Friday sees the Louisville light begin

November 21, 2012 by  

Louisville’s annual celebration has expanded this year and will feature 40 nights of lights and a four-block lit festival choreographed with music between Fourth Street and Galt House Hotel. This celebration is a great family event that kicks off with the annual Winter Wonderland Holiday Parade and Santa Claus.

During the upcoming event, Santa Claus will assist the community by lighting up the Christmas tree located in the downtown core, plus there will be the annual display of fireworks. During this festival, there will be a host of activities on each day, including public skating, a nightly light show with music, assorted rides including the new Peppermint Express kids’ train ride that travels through the Candy Cane Forest, visits with the Snow Princess in her Castle located in the Christmas village, free visits with Santa, and much more. Per hour, skating costs $5 per adult and $3 per child under 18, while skate rental is $2 per person. There is a new KaLightoscope attraction that all families will no doubt want to check out.

Flyer and poster printing are methods that could help this wonderful action-filled festival to promote itself to interested people in the community. ‘Lighting Up Lousiville: 40 Nights of Lights’ is free to attend and will begin this Friday, November 23, and run until Monday, December 31 from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm at Fourth Street Live in Louisville, Kentucky. To preview the entertainment schedule, please visit Fourth Street Lives’ website or give Fourth Street Live a call at 502-584-7170.

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