LuminoCity Light Festival Coming to Montgomery County Fairgrounds This Month

The LuminoCity Winter Lights Festival is coming to the Montgomery County Fairgrounds (501 Perry Pkwy) in Gaithersburg later this month. According to its website, “LuminoCity was imagined through a desire to create unforgettable experiences. Using light and imagination, we can explore concepts of transforming creative thoughts, inspired by the world around us, into illuminating works of light and color. Every year, we bring new and unique pieces of art into our festival to create an immersive experience full of magic and wonder.”

The event is scheduled to run November 24-January 15. Additional details below courtesy of Fever:

“LuminoCity is a family-friendly winter wonderland that will showcase some of the DMV area’s best festive environments for everyone to enjoy. Explore 3 different themed spaces in this outdoor, holiday-themed light show! Get your tickets now!

General Info
– Dates and times: select your date & time directly in the ticket selector
– Duration: the visit lasts approx. 90 minutes
– Location: Montgomery County Fair. 501 Perry Parkway, Gaithersburg, MD 20877
– Age requirement: all ages are welcome!
– Accessibility: this experience is wheelchair accessible
– Parking: Free parking is available

Description
Walk through a truly unique winter wonderland experience in the DMV area with LuminoCity! This luminescent adventure will take you through 3 different themed rooms–Winter Fantasy, Wild Adventure, and Sweet Dreams–alongside your glowing guide, Lumi. Guaranteed fun for the whole family, LuminoCity brings the magic of unicorns, a glowing bamboo forest, shining pandas, and a captivating donut tunnel for you to glide down! This one-of-a-kind light show is guaranteed to delight guests of all ages with its dazzling decor and endless photo ops. You won’t want to miss it, so get your tickets now!”

 

 

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