CHARLOTTE, N.C. — For the second year in a row, the Charlotte Knights will light up Uptown this season with a walk-through holiday experience at Truist Field.
Light the Knights will feature tens of thousands of lights throughout the ballpark along with Christmas trees, holiday displays, snow and appearances from Santa.
Adding to the holiday experience, visitors will also find the Charlotte Christmas Village at Truist Field.
Based on the centuries-old traditions of a holiday market, Charlotte Christmas Village brings unique handmade gifts and live entertainment to the ballpark.
The village will also feature a European menu that includes bratwursts, schnitzel and strudel, along with the popular gluhwein, hot cider, beers and of course, hot chocolate.
Light the Knights and Charlotte Christmas Village open Nov. 24 and will continue through Dec. 23.
Hours vary. Click here to see the schedule.
Admission to Light the Knights costs $10 and includes access to the Charlotte Christmas Village.
Daytime admission to only Charlotte Christmas Village costs $5.
Children age 2 and younger are admitted free.
Capacity will be limited, so purchasing tickets in advance is highly recommended.
For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
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