CANCELLED DUE TO COVID
TIME: 5-9 pm
(Registration opens at 4:30)
Experience Downtown Lima by Candlelight.
Get your VIP shopping pass to unlock amazing promotions and discounts just in time to begin your holiday shopping!
Not ready to go shop? What better way to enjoy the holidays than sidewalks filled with luminary lights, holiday vendors and activities. Enjoy a night out on the town full of amazing holiday experiences and check out what's new in Downtown Lima.
Some festivities might include:
Hot cocoa bar
Pop up shops
Ice Sculptures Demonstrations
Transportation with Lucky Limo
Horse drawn carriage rides
Small plates sampling
Gingerbread decorating contest on display for judging
Vote for your favorite holiday lights/ window display
Tickets are now on sale!
Early Bird Admission: $15 (until Oct. 15th)
General Admission: $20 (until November 21st)
Last Minute Admission: $25
18 & under Admission: $10
(Eventbrite fees apply)
Hungry? Grab a half off appetizer promotion at one of our restaurants.
Need gift cards for stocking stuffers? Check out one of our merchants offering buy $20 get a $5 card for free.
Keep an eye out as you walk for hidden ornaments. Ornaments will be hidden throughout the downtown with business logos on them, turn them in for a prize from the featured business.
We’re also giving you a reason to look up! Downtown businesses will be participating in a holiday lighting contest! Cast your vote that night for a People’s Choice Award and tell us who you think has the best holiday spirit!
We are launching a Gingerbread Decorating Contest! There will be no cost to participate and it’s open to kids, families, businesses and professionals. Visit ArtSpace to see our Gingerbread decorating contest on exhibit.
A portion of the tickets sales will be going towards a local non-profit, Meals Til Monday.
We are so excited to partner with this charity as it really embodies the reason for the season. It’s heartbreaking to think some kids will go without food or not know when their next meal will be. Meals Til Monday partners with 9 local schools, identifies the students reliant on the school lunch program and offers them bags of food to take home for the weekend.