Winter Woods Spectacular tickets on sale now
Pre-purchased tickets are required for the one of a kind event
Tickets went on sale today for the must see show of the holiday season. The Winter Woods Spectacular will make its debut the Saturday after Thanksgiving in historic Iroquois Park. The Louisville Parks Foundation and the creators of the wildly successful Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular are partnering again to bring a new event to Louisville which is sure to be a hit with families during the 2019 holiday season.
From November 30 through December 31, a section of Iroquois Park will transform into a winter wonderland where event goers will enjoy a ½ mile drive of lighting and artistry that will explore and celebrate the holidays. The event promises to bring the same magic to the holiday season that Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular does for Halloween.
If you and your family have been delighted by the sights and sounds of the
Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular, you’re going to truly love the Winter Woods Spectacular.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Louisville Parks Foundation, which supports Louisville’s public parks and community programs not funded by other local non-profits. The event will be open nightly from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday – Thursday and 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday – Saturday. Guests will enter at Southern Parkway and New Cut Road.
To reduce the impact to the neighborhood and park, a limited number of tickets will be sold each night. Guests must purchase their tickets online and in advance at WinterWoodsSpectacular.org. Payment will not be taken at the event. Sold out nights are to be expected.
Tickets (Sunday – Thursday)
- Car/SUV/Van - $25
- Passenger Van - $75
- Tour Bus - $5 (per occupant/20 person minimum)
Tickets (Friday & Saturday)
- Car/SUV/Van - $35
- Passenger Van - $85
- Tour Bus - $5 (per occupant/30 person minimum)
All bus tour operators need to pay in advance by contacting: [email protected]
About the Louisville Parks Foundation:
The Louisville Parks Foundation (LPF)’s mission is to inspire donors to invest in our 120+ public parks and recreational facilities – for present and future generations. LPF was formed as a non-profit in December 2005 to support parks and community programs not funded by other local non-profits. In 2013, the Louisville Jack O’Lantern Spectacular opened and the producers of the show partnered with the Louisville Parks Foundation, which became the recipient of the proceeds. Since then, the Foundation has completed major projects in California, Lannan, and Russell Lee parks, installed a 5-a-side turf soccer field at Beechmont, an 8-a-side turf soccer field at William Harrison, three 7-a-side turf fields in Wyandotte and built the first “Skate Spot” in the Midwest at Breslin Park. For more information, visit www.lpfky.org.