Salt Lake City is invited to get lost in a million lights at Lumaze: A Fairytale Christmas

Salt Lake City is the newest host of the dazzling and successful holiday light festival: Lumaze. The Utah State Fairpark has been transformed into “A Fairytale Christmas”, a twinkling – and safe – wonderland of over a million lights. It’s the stuff that sweet Christmas dreams are made of.

The whole family will be amazed by a four-storey light tree showered in gifts and ornaments, illuminated castles and playgrounds, and 10-foot snowmen that never melt. Family Passes are available too, for two adults and three children (under 13 years).

With seasonal music and activities, Lumaze is a night out that will entertain all ages. You won’t want to miss the candy cane light tunnel and magical glowing swings. Beautiful, glowing frames help create a perfect holiday photo – don’t forget to tag #LumazeSaltLake when you post to Facebook and Instagram!

With over a million lights to explore, that’s a lot of ground to cover! If you’d like to kick back, Lumaze has you covered. Hop aboard Louis the Locomotive and choo-choo around the Fairpark, have a seat and enjoy performances from local entertainers, and the concession area and food trucks are serving up hot and cold seasonal drinks and snacks.

To ensure guests have a memorable, socially-distanced experience, capacity has been highly reduced. All tickets must be purchased in advance online and have a designated entry time, to control the volume and flow of visitors. COVID precautions are in effect, guests are required to wear face masks and hand sanitizing stations have been provided throughout the Fairpark. Limited capacity means tickets have been selling fast, with many nights already sold out. You can secure tickets for your preferred date and time on the Lumaze website.

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Christmas, Christmas lights, COVID-friendly, COVID-safe, Family events, holiday festival, Salt Lake City, Utah Fair, Utah State Fairpark

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