Event and Purchasing Information

What is new for the 2020 event?

The Festival of Trees & Lights will feature online viewing and purchasing  of all trees, wreaths and décor from Nov. 13 to 15. For the first time, guests also can view and purchase premium gifts typically reserved for Snow Ball attendees.

Bring the holidays into your home with virtual tastings, visits with Santa, Hanukkah activities and decorating tutorials with designers. Tune in for free or reserve your bag of supplies to join the festivities.

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Will the decorated trees and greenery be displayed for public viewing?

This year, all decorated items will be available for public viewing only online from Nov. 13 to 15.

How do I buy a tree or other decorated item?

All trees, wreaths and decorated items are available for purchase online. Donations, purchases and bids can be placed until 5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 15.

When can I pick up my purchased item?

Details regarding pickup and delivery will be provided with your purchase, but plan to pick up your item(s) at Louisville Slugger Field on Monday, Nov. 16, following the Festival of Trees & Lights.

Free parking is available in the main parking lot at Louisville Slugger Field, located next to the stadium at 401 E. Main St., at the intersection of Main and Jackson streets.

Delivery can be arranged for an additional fee.

Is this event a fundraiser?

Yes. In 30 years, the Festival of Trees & Lights has raised more than $10 million for Norton Children’s Hospital through the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, money raised from ticket sales, trees, greenery and the purchase of activities and other items at the event goes directly to Norton Children’s.

How can I get involved? 

To sign up as a designer, volunteer or sponsor, click here.

FOTL 2020

Festival of Trees & Lights

Nov. 13 to 15, 2020

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