Nov. 15 to 17, 2019
Louisville Slugger Field
401 E. Main St.
Festival of Trees & Lights 2019
Nov. 15 to 17, 2019
Start a new holiday tradition with your family at the 30th anniversary Festival of Trees & Lights. Marvel at hundreds of beautifully decorated trees, wreaths and décor — all for sale to raise funds for Norton Children’s Hospital.
Other activities include photos with Santa, children’s crafts, holiday entertainment and Hanukkah activities. Kids and the young at heart will love our ride-on train, sweet shop, gift shop and outdoor Elf Town activities.
Avoid the line — buy your tickets now!
Online only deal: Receive one free ticket when you purchase an adult ticket.
New this year: Celebrate our 30th anniversary with a ride on the Festival of Trees & Lights indoor carousel.
Tickets for admission, train rides, carousel rides, Elf Town and Gold Passes can be purchased online or at the door. Train and carousel rides are $1 per rider, per ride. Tickets purchased online can be redeemed for one ride on the train or carousel by presenting your ticket confirmation at the online check-in booth at the event. (If you do not receive a confirmation email, check your spam folder.)
Bid on premium trees in our online auction!
Special thanks to our 2019 event sponsors
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