SEATTLE: Lumaze Lost in Lights --the all-indoor Christmas festival and market-- is making its debut this holiday season at Pier 91 on Seattle's new Waterfront.
Attendees can escape the winter elements and enjoy nearly 100,000 sq. feet of beautiful twinkling light displays set inside Smith Cove Cruise Terminal.
The festive environment.is fully enclosed --family, date and friend friendly-- and comes complete with a Christmas market, interactive light maze, food, beverage and live entertainment. There's something for everyone.
It's the ideal place to plan annual holiday get-togethers and parties or celebrate birthdays or anniversaries. We love to provide our guests with an environment where they can create memorable moments and new traditions. said Lumaze Seattle Event Supervisor, Kristi Savoy.
What to expect
Illuminated structures perfect for family photos and #selfies
Interactive activities and festive playgrounds to entertain kids for hours
Plenty of options for adults to kick-back at bars and enjoy seasonal beverages and live music
Holiday market with artisan vendors where guests can take care of their shopping list
Local culinary options from Seattle's sought-after food trucks
Suggested arrival times to keep entry waits to a minimum
Ticket control to ensure the event is never too crowded
Parking shuttle to and from designated event lots
We use local vendors for the marketplace and food and beverage options, and engage local charities, organizations and entertainers to ensure the event is uniquely Seattle. said Savoy.
Admission pricing for single adults starts at $19.99 with discounts for family, seniors, military, and weekday admissions. Children under three receive FREE entry. Season Pass and discounted advance purchase tickets are available online. Season Pass benefits include unlimited visits, flexible no-hassle rescheduling, along with a 56 percent discount on ticket prices for the whole family. Lumaze Lights Seattle will run November 28, 2019 to Jan 5, 2020. See website for specific hours
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