A Magical Christmas Experience at the Festival of Lights in Colorado Springs

The Pikes Peak region of Colorado Springs is renowned for its enchanting Christmas events, and the 39th annual Festival of Lights is no exception. From local businesses to community organizations, the parade brings together a crowd of between 40,000 and 50,000 people along Tejon Street, in downtown Colorado Springs, and features around 100 floats. Plus, you can get tickets at the lowest possible price, so spread the word about the Water Lantern Festival and let's turn on the water together.Magic of Lights is a unique and dazzling experience with Christmas car lights, bigger and brighter than ever, with more than a mile of spectacular light displays that bring your favorite Christmas scenes and characters to life. The park will display thousands of lights that lead to and from the central point of the event, the Royal Gorge Bridge; an experience that is sure to become an established Christmas tradition.

At the end of the parade, a Christmas light show will project lights over the building while coordinated music plays. Water Lantern Festival is proud to help the local community, not only bringing everyone together with peace, love and happiness, but also helping a local charity based in Colorado Springs. The Water Lantern Festival brings people together around Light The Water for a magical night that includes food, music and beauty as the lanterns are reflected in the water.The Cowboy Christmas Jubilee is set in a festival of twinkling white lights in the impressive and well-lit rock formations of the Flying W Ranch. Denim Peterson drives the streetcar from Adventures out West with the carriage from the Garden of the Gods during the 38th annual Festival of Lights parade in downtown Colorado Springs on December.

Enjoy nearly a million bright lights that illuminate the cool winter night, warm up at one of the zoo's campfires, and then stop by to see Santa Claus (until December).Residents of the Pikes Peak area looking for their perfect Christmas tree for this holiday season could find it in the woods of Teller County. Welcome to Festival of Lights, one of the most cherished Christmas traditions in the Pikes Peak region.