A Huge New Holiday Festival Is Opening Near Toronto With 50Ft Light Tunnels & Boozy Drinks
It's transforming a park into a "sparkling winter wonderland." ❄️
It's time to dust off your Michael Bublé holiday album, because a brand new festival has already been announced for the Christmas season.
Bingemans, a multi-use entertainment park in Kitchener, just announced that it will be hosting a massive holiday event called Jingle Bell Rock this year.
Opening November 12, the immersive light festival will turn the park into a "sparkling winter wonderland." The event is running until January 7, so there's lots of time to enjoy this Christmasy world.
Map of Jingle Bell Rock.Courtesy of Bingemans
The entire attraction spans over 80,000 square-feet, and you can expect to see glowing installations and dazzling light shows synchronized to music.
At the centre of this holiday land is a massive 40-foot LED tree that illuminates the surrounding area. You can venture through sparkling 50-foot light tunnels, a "Twinkly Forest," and even decorate cookies in Mrs. Claus's kitchen.
The 5-foot fire pits will keep you toasty and warm, and you can even roast some s'mores over the flames. The experience is even more lit at Frosty’s Nog Shoppe and Jager Ice Bar, where you can sip holiday-themed cocktails.
On featured nights, you can see live entertainment on the Jingle Jam Stage.
"We are presenting the innovation of a truly wonderous attraction in a big way this year," says Mark Bingeman, President of Bingemans in a press release. "We are delighted to be unveiling an immersive light and sound experience like no other in the Waterloo Region. Prepare to be dazzled by the joy and wonder of Jingle Bell Rock."
The park's other popular holiday event, Gift of Lights, is also returning this year on November 12.
Tickets for Jingle Bell Rock are available online, so get ready for some new festive experiences this year.
Jingle Bell Rock
Glowing candy cane installation.
Price: $8.95 + admission
When: November 12, 2022 to January 7, 2023
Address: 425 Bingemans Centre Dr., Kitchener, ON
Why You Need To Go: A brand new holiday festival is opening near Toronto with a light show and more.
Before you get going, check out our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.
This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.
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