CHARLOTTE — Truist Field is turning into a winter wonderland for the holiday season, and it’s your chance to try ice skating or snow tubing next to Charlotte’s Uptown skyline.
This year, “Light the Knights” will feature an NHL regulation-size ice rink and six-lane snow tubing slope in left field, in addition to the annual holiday lights display, live entertainment, holiday shopping and appearances from Santa.
“Since launching Light the Knights during the winter of 2020, Truist Field has been a special place to celebrate the holidays in Uptown,” stated Charlotte Knights Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Dan Rajkowski. “As our ballpark continues to become a destination to visit each winter, we are very pleased to add many great enhancements to increase the overall experience. We hope to attract people of all ages as our yearly festival continues to grow.”
Admission to the light show and Charlotte Christmas Village costs $10; ice skating and snow tubing cost extra. You can get daily passes for general admission plus unlimited ice skating or snow tubing for $25, or you can pay $35 for a pass that gives you unlimited ice skating and snow tubing.
The festival runs from Nov. 23 through Jan. 6. Hours vary. Click here to see the schedule.
For more information or to buy tickets, click here.
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