🎄Bay Area Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonies 2019🎅

Niles Festival of Lights Parade, Fremont – Friday November 29th

Tree Lighting at 6pm, Parade at 6:30pm

Sponsored by the members of the Niles community and the Fremont community at large, this wonderful holiday tradition features over 60 unique floats and other entries, marching bands, specialty service units, costumed characters and of course, an appearance by the man himself – Santa Claus.

Union Square, San Francisco – Friday November 29th

Tree Lighting at 6:40pm, Celebration 6-7pm

The 30th Annual Great Tree Lighting will be celebrated with live performances by the San Francisco Opera; the Grammy award-winning San Francisco Boys Chorus; Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir; the cast of San Francisco Playhouse’s ‘Groundhog Day the Musical’; winner of season 16 of NBC’s The Voice, Maelyn Jarmon.

Pier 39, San Francisco

Nightly tree lighting musical every half hour from 5-10pm from November 27 – January 5

Synchronized to holiday music, the tree transforms into a kaleidoscope of swirling colors, adorned with thousands of specialty lights and ornaments

Ghirardelli Square, San Francisco – Friday November 29th

Celebration 4-9pm

Saratoga Holiday Wine Stroll & Tree Lighting – Friday November 29th

Tree Lighting at 5:30pm, Event 5-8pm

Activities include horse-drawn carriage rides, caroling, performance by Los Gatos Ballet, pictures with Santa, and more. The activities are free, however tickets are required to participate in the Wine Stroll

Christmas in the Park, San Jose – Friday November 29th

Parade & Opening Night Celebration, 5-10pm

For over 30 years, Plaza de Cesar Chavez has been transformed into Christmas in the Park, a holiday fantasy with over 60 musical and animated exhibits, glittering lights and the 60-foot Community Giving Tree.

One of the largest exhibits, the Lima Train, includes a melting snowman, caroling mice and elf woodcrafters. Guests enter a winter wonderland of lights, songs and local entertainment while strolling through an enchanted forest of decorated trees. Children can have their photograph taken with Santa, watch nightly entertainment and enjoy holiday themed refreshments.

Posted on November 25, 2019 at 11:15 pm
Sierra Roth | Category: Community

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