We couldn't be more excited for Winnipeg's massive indoor light festival. One of the best parts of the holiday season is seeing all the magical lights to get us into the festivities. Instead of freezing outside, you can stay cozy indoors at Winnipeg's Lights Of The North, which currently happens to be the city's only indoor light festival.\nAt this dazzling event, you can see more than half a million twinkling LED lights and gorgeous Christmas-themed 3D structures. You won't want to miss the festival this year, which is happening from December 5, 2019 to January 5, 2020.\nLights Of The North will occur in downtown Winnipeg at 450 Portage Ave. You can escape the cold inside the 80,000-sqft building where the 3D light displays will take your breath away and distract you from -40 C weather outside.\nThis event is so spectacular, that it's worth the trip to Winnipeg to experience it. Photographing the illuminated displays at this wondrous event is something that you could put on your holiday bucket list.\nAdditionally, Winnipeg is home to the world's longest river skating trail, and you can find the world's largest snow maze in Manitoba, too. These should totally be on your list of places to visit this holiday season in Canada.\nOn top of all the gorgeous light structures at Lights Of The North, there will be a beautiful tunnel of lights to stroll through, a Christmas market loaded with amazing things to buy, live music, and fun interactive exhibits to discover.\nView this post on Instagram Best outdoor light display 💕 #lotn2018#lightsofthenorth A post shared by Kristhine Guerrero (@gyk26) on Sep 4, 2018 at 7:55am PDT\nTo help you get perfect holiday photos, there will also be a festive photo booth at Lights Of The North. What more could you ask for in a Christmas event?\nView this post on Instagram Lights of the North Checkout all 3 photos! These ones are my fav 💕 #lightsofthenorth #lotn2018 #onlyinthepeg A post shared by Kristhine Guerrero (@gyk26) on Sep 4, 2018 at 9:11pm PDT\nWell, the surprises keep coming, because this year, you can also enjoy Instagrammable illuminated drinks. These festive Frost Cups will be available in multiple colours and will look like glowing Christmas lightbulbs.\nView this post on Instagram #latergram - Went to the @lightsofthenorthwpg exhibit the other day! Perfect weather for it, and great displays! Hope it comes back again! • • • #lights #lightsofthenorth #lightsofthenorthwpg #winnipeg #cmhr #redriverex #canadianmuseumofhumanrights #pagoda #parliamentbuilding #manitobatourism A post shared by Jeffrey Acosta (@jaycostaa) on Oct 21, 2018 at 4:34pm PDT\nTickets to Lights Of The North are currently for sale online at $19.99 for weekdays, and $22.99 for weekends and holidays.\nTickets will approximately cost an extra $5 at the door, if there are any tickets left from online sales. So if you have your heart set on attending this event, make sure to buy your tickets online now before they sell out.\nView this post on Instagram All these lights got me excited for Christmas 🎄 A post shared by Angelica Valdez (@angicavaldez) on Sep 18, 2018 at 7:07am PDT\nLights Of The North\nPrice: $19.99 - $22.99 online\nWhen: December 5, 2019 - January 5, 2020\nAddress: The Hudson’s Bay Downtown, 450 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, MB\nWhy You Need To Go: There will be more than half a million twinkling lights at this indoor light festival, plus a magical Christmas market.\nWebsite\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.