Charlotte Knights holiday fest returns bigger, brighter this season

CHARLOTTE — For the fourth year, the Charlotte Knights are celebrating the holidays with a festival of lights, a Christmas market and ice skating.

“Light the Knights” is open from Nov. 22 and runs through Jan. 1. at Truist Field in Uptown.

The event features a walk-through holiday experience featuring tens of thousands of lights throughout the ballpark along with Christmas trees and decor, themed displays, snow and appearances from Santa.

New additions this year include a tunnel of lights and more tubing lanes, which has expanded from six lanes to ten lanes.

A market will fill the outfield portion of the concourse and feature an assortment of local businesses selling trinkets, baked items, clothing, and other items. Each tent will be open for the entire festival.

There is also an NHL-sized outdoor ice rink for skating and hockey.

Admission to Light the Knights costs $10 and includes access to the market.

An activities pass costs $40 and includes ice skating and snow tubing.

Children ages 3 and younger are admitted free.

The festival will be closed on Dec. 24-25. For festival dates and hours, click here.

For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.

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