Festival Of Lights at Oak Mountain Amphitheater

Something you’re going to want to add to your list of Holiday To-Do’s is the Festival of Lights at the Oak Mountain Amphitheater. In it’s first year, The Oak Mountain Festival of Lights, presented by Legacy Credit Union, is Alabama’s largest holiday light show with over one million lights choreographed to music, including familiar characters, special effects, a live Nativity Scene and more.

Oak Mountain has put a modern day twist on the old holiday tradition of looking at Christmas lights. The best part is, you enjoy it all from the comfort of your own car!

At the end of your journey, you can stop off at Bud’s Best Cookies Holiday Village for some hot cocoa and sweet treats to warm you up! What a perfect way to end the night. Also in the Holiday Village you’ll find smore’s by the fire pit, live entertainment, arts and crafts and other kids activities including a train ride and bounce houses.

Gates open at 5:30pm each evening, Thursday through Sunday only, beginning November 27, and nightly beginning December 18th through 28th

Tickets start at $20 per car load, $35 per mini bus with up to 25 people, and $45 for buses with over 25 people, and can be purchased through Ticket Master. Advanced discount tickets are available at all participating Walgreens locations. This is a great
value for a fun night out with family or friends!

Oak Mountain Amphitheater is located in Pelham, Alabama just a few miles south of Birmingham, and can be accessed from Highway 31 or from Highway 119. For all the details including dates, times, ticket information and more, visit their site, or like them on facebook to stay up to date with latest happenings!




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  1. Oh my family was just talking about going to this event. Cuz we’ve never gone before, and I have got to take my baby and stepdaughter to this! We are gonna take the best photos for our family album!

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