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‘Enchant’ Christmas Light Spectacular to Return to Fair Park

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'Enchant' Christmas Light Spectacular | Image by Enchant Christmas

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Enchant will illuminate Fair Park for the second year in a row as the holiday light event returns with a new light maze theme and a special place for Hallmark movie lovers.

“We bring a new story and elements to our featured light maze each year, so guests always have something special to experience when returning to enjoy a holiday night at Enchant with family and friends,” stated Enchant founder and CEO Kevin Johnston.

Enchant is known as one of the world’s biggest holiday-themed light spectacle events, with four million lights spread across 10 acres, a 100-foot Christmas tree, a busy holiday marketplace with crafts and souvenirs, and, of course, Santa. There is something for everyone of all ages to enjoy.

Additionally, guests will find an ice skating trail, culinary treats, and holiday cocktails, all set to the sound of holiday-themed live entertainment.

Adding to the fun is an interactive maze adventure, which got a new theme this year: “The Mischievous Elf.”

Also for the first time, Enchant and the Hallmark Channel will be putting on a joint experience.

The “Hallmark Cozy Christmas” lounge will bring all the warmth of the holiday season by providing a relaxing area to sip hot chocolate or wine and take pictures. Guests can even enter a contest there for a chance to win a Hallmark movie production tour.

“Hallmark Channel’s ‘Countdown to Christmas’ is synonymous with the holidays, bringing warmth, connection, and happiness to millions of viewers,” said Lara Richardson, chief marketing officer at Hallmark Media.

Besides Dallas, other U.S. cities will also get a chance to explore Enchant this year, including Washington, D.C.; St. Petersburg, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; Sacramento, California; San Jose, California; Scottsdale, Arizona; and Nashville, Tennessee.

Tickets for Enchant go on sale on September 15 and can be purchased in advance on Enchant’s website or in person when Enchant opens for the holiday season on November 25.

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Kap Pac
Kap Pac
1 month ago

Where are the Christmas Colors?