DBA Holiday Light Up
Saturday, November 12, 2016, 4-7pm Churchill Square, Edmonton
Thanks to everyone who came to our 2015 DBA Holiday Light Up! More than 10,000 people kicked off the holiday season in Downtown Edmonton. Stay tuned for photos from the event.
The Next DBA Holiday Light Up is Saturday, November 12, 2016
Kick off the holiday season at the DBA Holiday Light Up! Enjoy an afternoon of live entertainment including music and dance, and delicious treats from local food trucks! Join Santa and his helpers in a countdown at 6:30 pm to light up the massive Christmas tree and launch a spectacular fireworks display.
Inside City Hall:
City Market Downtown will be open until 6pm
On the Square:
- Mascots, performers, clowns and stilt walkers
- 8 Food trucks
At 6.30pm - Mayor Don Iveson will welcome Santa from the North Pole, to officially light the 72-ft Christmas Tree! The tree is adorned with 14-thousand LED lights, cascading snowfalls, sparkles, and stars. After the tree ceremony, a spectacular, fireworks show will light up Downtown skies.
Bring the whole family to Edmonton’s favorite holiday tradition, The Downtown Business Association’s Holiday Light Up!
Volunteer for the DBA Holiday Light Up
We're looking for volunteers to help bring the Holiday Light Up to life for another year!
Parking for Event Day
Taking public transit to the event is encouraged. Parking is available on a first come first serve basis in the following areas close to Churchill Square:
- On-street meter parking ($1/hr Saturday rate)
- City Hall Parkade - underground (Click here for rates)
- Edmonton Public Library Parkade - underground (Click here for rates)
- Scotia Place Parkade - underground ($3/hr Saturday rate) (Click here for more information)
Food Bank Donations
The Edmonton Food Bank will be on site, along with their mascot "Fill-Up". Help "FiIl-Up" in his quest to help families in our community. Please don’t forget to bring a non-perishable food donation and support the Edmonton Food Bank.
For more information on how your food and cash donations are used, visit EdmontonsFoodBank.com.