Light Up Louisville
Holiday lights and a brightly lit Christmas Tree will adorn Metro Hall and its lawn. The festive light display will include a rainbow of colors to celebrate Christmas, along with holiday-themed gobo lights celebrating Kwanza, Hanukah and all of the seasons special days that seek to reflect the diversity of our community. Mayor Fischer is also encouraging residents and businesses to put up their own rainbow of colors at their homes and workplaces to Light Up Louisville’s neighborhoods.
Here Comes Santa Claus Christmas Convoy!
Santa can’t invite all of his friends to join him downtown for the annual Light Up countdown due to Social Distancing guidelines. Santa, along with his elves from all over the world, will be very busy at the North Pole making holiday presents, but he still wants to make sure all of the children in the Louisville area get a chance to send him their Christmas wishes. He has asked two of his very best Santa Helpers to come to Louisville and visit neighborhoods across the city to help spread holiday cheer!
In partnership with LG&E, 106.9 Play FM, AT&T and Neil Huffman Subaru, a mobile Santa Claus Convoy will visit more than 20 Kentuckiana neighborhoods, selected through nominations from our citizens on Nov. 27-28 and Dec. 5, 12 and 19.
Frosty the Snowman and some of Santa’s elves will join in – wearing masks, of course – to accept letters to be placed in Santa’s Mailbox. Christmas music will be playing, and a mobile video screen will play highlights from previous Light Up Louisville events as Santa’s convoy drives through Louisville’s neighborhoods. Neighbors will also be invited to donate a new, unwrapped toy for the annual Toys for Tots drive.
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Mayor Greg Fischer is challenging Louisville residents and businesses to help beat last year's record of more than 5,000 toys collected in a 12 hour period!
Other drop-off points include Paristown Point, Mission BBQ and the PRP Fire Department stations.
Winter Woods Spectacular
November 27 - January 2
From the producers of the popular Jack O’Lantern Spectacular, Winter Woods Spectacular will debut in Iroquois Park from Nov. 27– Jan. 2. Winter Woods is a half mile drive of lighting and artistry that will explore and celebrate the holiday season. Proceeds will benefit the Louisville Parks Foundation.
For more information, visit https://www.winterwoodsspectacular.org
Fête de Noël
November 25 - January 3
Paristown’s Fête de Noël is back this year, featuring Louisville’s only authentic outdoor ice-skating rink. Residents are invited to skate, shop, eat and drink in the heart of Paristown and enjoy holiday movie nights, karaoke, silent disco on ice, Stoneware & Co. ornament decorating, and much more. Fête de Noël is open Nov. 25th – Jan. 3rd.
For more information, visit https://www.paristown.com/fetedenoel
Lights Under Louisville
Open Now until January 3
Each year, the Louisville Mega Cavern is transformed into an underground holiday light spectacular for the Christmas season. Enjoy a 30-minute ride through 17 miles of underground passageways. Featuring more than 850 lit characters with over 3 million points of light. Lights Under Louisville is open Nov. 13 – Jan. 3.
For more information, visit https://lightsunderlouisville.com