JANUARY 28-30 | CLARKSDALE
CLARKSDALE FILM FESTIVAL
Watch Mississippi connected and music related movies at local venues. This festival also includes live music, bus tours and workshops.
FEBRUARY 11-19 | JACKSON
DIXIE NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO
Livestock shows, equine events and agricultural showcases. Largest professional rodeo east of the Mississippi.
FEBRUARY 24-26 | STARKVILLE
THE MAGNOLIA INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL
This film festival features works by both amateur and professional filmmakers.
FEBRUARY 26 | JACKSON
MISSISSIPPI BLUES MARATHON
Challenge yourself in a musical marathon, half-marathon or the “Quarter Note” quarter marathon…even a 5k.
MARCH 4-6 | WINONA
Watch this folk life play based on real stories of real Southerners.
MARCH 23-27 | OXFORD
OXFORD FILM FESTIVAL
This annual festival celebrates the art of independent cinema and shows over 200 quality films from across the globe.
MARCH 26 | JACKSON
HAL’S ST. PADDY’S PARADE & FESTIVAL
This fun loving, Irish-themed celebration includes a 5k, parade and music festival.
APRIL TBD | HERNANDO
18TH ANNUAL MUDBUG BASH
Southern-styled outdoor fest filled with great food, including crawfish, or “mudbugs,” libations, live music and a silent auction.
APRIL TBD | SOUTHAVEN
41ST ANNUAL SPRINGFEST
Great carnival midway that includes children’s rides, rides for adults, games and concessions and the State of Mississippi Barbecue Championship.
APRIL TBD | JACKSON
Unleash your wild side at the Mississippi Museum of Science’s annual event featuring live animals, vendors and exciting activities.
APRIL 1-3 | ABERDEEN
Enjoy tours of historic homes, carriage rides, cemetery tours and more.
APRIL 2-3 | PASS CHRISTIAN
ART IN THE PASS
This annual fine arts & crafts festival features 100 artists from across the country showcasing fine arts, crafts, music, food and more.
APRIL 2-3 | MERIDIAN
MAKER FAIRE MERIDIAN
One of the region’s largest “Show-and-Tell” events brings techies, crafters, educators, scientists, authors, artists and inventors together to share things they “make” with the community.
APRIL 2 | KOSCIUSKO
This 60-mile yard sale runs along Mississippi Hwy. 35 from Vaiden to Kosciusko to Carthage.
APRIL 9 | CLINTON
15TH ANNUAL CATERPILLAR PARADE
Main Street Clinton’s Spring into Green Market features the Caterpillar Parade, 100 vendors, music and food along the brick streets.
APRIL 14-16 | STARKVILLE
SUPER BULLDOG WEEKEND
The 36th annual spring homecoming tradition will include a three-game SEC baseball series, live music and an arts festival.
APRIL 16 | POPLARVILLE
ANNUAL BLUEBERRY JUBILEE
Downtown Poplarville welcomes thousands of visitors for this annual event featuring blueberry products, live entertainment and storytelling.
APRIL 22-23 | OXFORD
This annual festival features over 200 art and food vendors, and live musical performances by local and regional bands.
APRIL 23 | CLEVELAND
CROSSTIE ART & JAZZ FESTIVAL
Delta tradition is celebrated under the oaks of the Bolivar County Courthouse. This annual event features a juried fine arts show with hundreds of exhibitors.
APRIL 23 | CLARKSDALE
JUKE JOINT FESTIVAL
The annual Juke Joint Festival is “half blues festival, half small town fair” and all about the Delta in historic Clarksdale.
APRIL 29 | WIGGINS
PINE HILL FESTIVAL
Enjoy this celebration of Stone County’s historical and cultural storytelling downtown at Blaylock Park.
APRIL 30 | KOSCIUSKO
NATCHEZ TRACE FESTIVAL
A fun-filled festival in historic downtown Kosciusko with arts, crafts, food, music, a car show and a kids area.
MAY TBD | CLEVELAND
This annual craft beer festival showcases craft brews from across the state and beyond, live music and local food.
MAY TBD | OCEAN SPRINGS
TASTE OF OCEAN SPRINGS
An elegant evening to sip and savor an array of food and beverages served by a selection of local restaurants and nightlife venues.
MAY TBD | TUNICA
TUNICA RIVERGATE FESTIVAL
This weekend festival is filled with art, music, contests and crawfish.
MAY 1-31 | NATCHEZ
NATCHEZ FESTIVAL OF MUSIC
A musical celebration with world-class music and live theater from internationally and nationally recognized performers, featuring everything from Broadway musicals, to jazz and blues.
MAY 5 | VICKSBURG
RUN THRU HISTORY
Choose from a 10k run, 5k walk or one-mile fun run through the Vicksburg National Military Park with living history presentations and an after party with live music.
MAY 6 | RIDGELAND
41ST ANNUAL PEPSI POPS
Enjoy a night listening to the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra on the banks of the Barnett Reservoir. This picturesque evening is topped-off with a magnificent fireworks show.
MAY 6-8 | RIDGELAND
ART, WINE & WHEELS
Enjoy Santé South Wine Festival, Natchez Trace Century Ride and the Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival.
MAY 6-8 | TUPELO
GUMTREE ART & WINE FESTIVAL
Tupelo’s annual celebration of visual and performing arts includes a wine festival with food pairing and other special events.
MAY 7 | LELAND
31ST ANNUAL CRAWFISH FESTIVAL
This is the oldest running crawfish festival in Mississippi featuring live music and crawfish.
MAY 7 | COLLINS
33RD OKATOMA FESTIVAL
Held in downtown Collins around the historic courthouse, this event features a 5k run/walk, a children’s fun run, artisans, food vendors and quilt exhibit.
MAY 7 | RIDGELAND
NATCHEZ TRACE CENTURY RIDE
Bike your choice of 8, 25, 50, 62 or 100 miles along the Natchez Trace Parkway. This ride starts and ends in Ridgeland and offers an experience for riders of all ages and abilities.
MAY 13-14 | MERIDIAN
An annual favorite is bigger and better than ever with contemporary artisans and craftsmen, live entertainment on multiple stages, a delightful children’s corner and food booths.
MAY 20-21 | GRENADA
AFTERGLOW FILM FESTIVAL
A mini SXSW featuring film, music, art, tech, gaming tournaments, virtual reality, workshops, writing and cosplay.
MAY 20-22 | BILOXI
BLESSING OF THE FLEET & FAIS DO-DO
Annual event with a Fais Do-Do festival at Point Cadet and blessing of the Fleet asking God for a bountiful and safe shrimping/boating season.
MAY 27-29 | WAVELAND
ANNUAL ST. CLARE SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
This event features more than 200 vendors showcasing handcrafted pottery, paintings, photography, woodcraft, jewelry and food, as well as musical entertainment, 5k run and kids zone.
May 27-29 | Waveland
Annual St. Clare Seafood Festival
Enjoy a fantastic variety of foods and seafood, carnival rides, live music, crafts, silent auction, raffle and a classic car show.
MAY 28 | VICKSBURG
SYMPHONY AT SUNSET
This free concert features the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra at the Vicksburg National Military Park.
MAY 29 | PASS CHRISTIAN
JAZZ IN THE PASS
Enjoy views of the Mississippi Sound while listening to live music.
JUNE TBD | OLIVE BRANCH
5th Annual Mississippi Ale House Aleiversary
Come celebrate with live music, brew competitions, giveaways and games.
JUNE TBD | JACKSON
Two-day music festival at Cathead Distillery featuring regional and national music acts and food.
JUNE TBD | HATTIESBURG
Enjoy Mississippi’s only multi-week, multi-genre festival, offering both free and ticketed events that showcase the area’s rich, creative economy.
JUNE TBD | LAUREL
LMRA BLUES BASH
Savor an evening of live blues music and barbecue on the front lawn of the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art.
JUNE TBD | OCEAN SPRINGS
RED, WHITE & BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL
Enjoy a patriotic celebration of locally-farmed blueberries, free recipes, free blueberry topped ice cream and live entertainment.
JUNE TBD | BILOXI
SOUTH MISSISSIPPI SUMMER FAIR
A family-friendly, jam-packed event offering rides, live music, shows, contests and entertainment.
JUNE 3 | MERIDIAN
STATE GAMES OF MISSISSIPPI
Competition featuring over 5,000 athletes playing 37+ sports. Events held on multiple dates, in multiple locations. Opening ceremony, held on city hall lawn, features a parade of athletes, live music and fireworks display.
JUNE 4 | TYLERTOWN
WALTHALL COUNTY DAIRY FESTIVAL
Celebrating its 45th year, this festival features a craft show, car show, hot air balloon rides and fun for the whole family. Free admission.
JUNE 8-12 | GRENADA
THUNDER ON WATER SAFE BOATING FESTIVAL
In its 30th year, this festival will feature a carnival, fireworks, car show, arts & crafts, barbecue contest and food vendors.
JUNE 8-12 | TUPELO
TUPELO ELVIS FESTIVAL
Tupelo’s annual celebration of its favorite native son includes live music, Elvis Tribute Artist competition, 5k race and living history demonstrations.
JUNE 17-19 | NATCHEZ
SOUL FOOD FUSION FESTIVAL
A culinary and cultural experience with traditional soul food cooking, historic folklore, cultural arts and music.
JUNE 18 | BENTONIA
BENTONIA BLUES FESTIVAL
This annual blues festival is held at the historic Blue Front Cafe and features food and merchandise vendors, RV and tent camping and live music.
JULY TBD | BROOKHAVEN
Enjoy the sounds of rock ‘n’ roll during this three-night event featuring musicians from all over the South.
JULY TBD | CANTON
MISSISSIPPI CHAMPIONSHIP HOT AIR BALLOON FESTIVAL
This annual festival features hot air balloons, a fireworks extravaganza, colorful balloons of all shapes and sizes and entertainment.
JULY 1-4 | GULFPORT
MISSISSIPPI DEEP SEA FISHING RODEO
The Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo features carnival rides, daily fish weigh-ins, arts & craft vendors and a fireworks display.
JULY 2 | COLUMBIA
Columbia gearheads cruise into downtown in cars, trucks and on bikes for this annual event that also includes shopping, food, music and fireworks.
JULY 4 | BAY ST. LOUIS
ANNUAL OUR LADY OF THE GULF “CRAB” FEST
Annual festival featuring local food, live music, arts & crafts booths, rides, raffles and crab races. Food items include boiled crab and shrimp, po-boys, gumbo, crab stuffed potatoes and biscuits, burgers and hotdogs.
JULY 4 | CORINTH
JACINTO 4TH OF JULY FESTIVAL
The Jancinto 4th of July Festival is a free celebration held at the mid-1800s Jacinto courthouse, which is the background for arts & crafts, food, kids activities and political speeches.
JULY 9-10 | CORINTH
Corinth’s most unique festival is a two-day event that offers big name entertainment, a carnival, and of course, delicious and legendary slugburgers.
AUGUST TBD | SOUTHAVEN
19TH ANNUAL TRI STATE BLUES FESTIVAL
This great event showcases live performances by numerous blues musicians.
AUGUST 5-6 | WATER VALLEY
Water Valley’s annual celebration featuring fireworks, a car show, street dance, music and kids activities.
AUGUST 6 | GREENWOOD
BIKES BLUES & BAYOUS
Join Mississippi’s largest bike ride. Ride the flat, fast alluvial plain of the Mississippi Delta.
AUGUST 12-14 | CLARKSDALE
SUNFLOWER BLUES FESTIVAL
One of the oldest festivals celebrating authentic blues music since 1988. This event is free to the public.
AUGUST 20 | JACKSON
MISSISSIPPI BOOK FESTIVAL
“Mississippi’s Literary Lawn Party” features visiting authors, panel discussions, book signings, booksellers, food trucks and family-friendly fun.
AUGUST 26-27 | CLINTON
RED BRICK ROADS MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL
Enjoy live music, art & crafts, food, home brews and talent competitions on the brick streets in Olde Towne Clinton.
SEPTEMBER TBD | BELMONT
BEAR CREEK FESTIVAL
Annual festival featuring a 5k, kids activities, food vendors, live music and car show.
SEPTEMBER TBD | BILOXI
BILOXI SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
This celebration of seafood heritage features live entertainment, arts & crafts, kids’ activities and the best seafood in Coastal Mississippi.
SEPTEMBER TBD | IUKA
IUKA HERITAGE DAY
Celebrate the end of summer and Iuka’s heritage at this 34th annual event with live music, food and children’s activities.
SEPTEMBER TBD | SOUTHAVEN
Exciting carnival midway rides and games for adults and children, outdoor entertainment, petting zoo, contests and delicious fair food.
SEPTEMBER TBD | HOLLANDALE
SAM CHATHAM BLUES FESTIVAL
Visit the home town of renowned blues artist Sam Chatham and enjoy live music and barbecue in historic downtown Hollandale.
SEPTEMBER TBD | JACKSON
SANDERSON FARMS PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
An annual stop on the PGA Tour, this golf tournament features professional players and raises money for Century Club Charities.
SEPTEMBER 4 | WEST POINT
PRAIRIE ARTS FESTIVAL
Celebrate Labor Day weekend with this annual award winning arts & crafts festival in downtown West Point. This event features fine arts, crafts, Southern food, live music and children’s activities.
SEPTEMBER 9-10 | COLUMBUS
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS TRIBUTE
This annual tribute to America’s most prolific playwright and Columbus’ native son features plays, forums and exhibits.
SEPTEMBER 9-11 | HOLLY SPRINGS
HUMMINGBIRD MIGRATION & NATURE CELEBRATION
One of the Southeast’s biggest nature festivals, featuring renowned guest speakers, guided nature walks, live animal shows, kids activity zone, arts & crafts vendors, and up-close views of ruby-throated hummingbirds.
SEPTEMBER 14 | GREENVILLE
45TH ANNUAL DELTA BLUES & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
Listen to some of the best live blues music at the oldest running blues festival in the country.
SEPTEMBER 17 | GREENWOOD
300 OAKS ROAD RACES
One of the oldest races in the state, and inspired by the original 300 oak trees that were planted along Grand Boulevard decades ago, this event offers fun for the whole family.
SEPTEMBER 17-19 | DIAMONDHEAD
ANNUAL DIAMONDHEAD ARTS & CRAFTS
Annual arts & crafts show featuring more than 150 arts, crafts, gift and food vendors.
SEPTEMBER 23-24 | NEW ALBANY
This festival begins on Friday with music on the Trailhead downtown. Saturday will have a street market including arts, food, crafts, kids activities, music throughout downtown and a pet parade. The evening concludes with national acts on the River Stage at Park Along the River.
SEPTEMBER 24 | HERNANDO
19TH ANNUAL WATER TOWER FESTIVAL
Enjoy arts & crafts vendors, a car show, food vendors, community stage, live music, barbecue contest and a kids zone.
SEPTEMBER 24 | BURNSVILLE
BURNSVILLE WATERWAY FESTIVAL
30th Annual Burnsville Waterway Festival will feature craft and food vendors, a 5k and entertainment for the whole family.
OCTOBER TBD | PASCAGOULA
45TH ANNUAL ZONTA ARTS & CRAFT FESTIVAL
Enjoy Pascagoula’s premier arts & crafts show, featuring live entertainment, vendors and children’s activities.
OCTOBER TBD | LELAND
HIGHWAY 61 BLUES FESTIVAL
Enjoy this blues festival in historic downtown Leland.
OCTOBER TBD | JACKSON
PARK AFTER DARK
The Mississippi Children’s Museum partners with the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science and the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to host Park after Dark. Create creepy-crawly arts and crafts or trick-or-treat through the museums.
OCTOBER TBD | RIDGELAND
RENAISSANCE EURO FEST
View exquisite European cars at the 14th annual event held at Renaissance at Colony Park.
OCTOBER | NATCHEZ
Y’ALL MEANS ALL NATCHEZ
This LGBTQ+-friendly festival celebrates the diversity of Natchez’s community while raising funds for nonprofits, with the help of celebrity hosts.
OCTOBER 1 | VICKSBURG
BRICKS & SPOKES
Choose from 10, 30, 50 or 60-mile routes through downtown historic Vicksburg including the Vicksburg National Military Park and the Old Mississippi River Bridge.
OCTOBER 1 | COLUMBIA
Founded in 1964, this annual event is held in City Park and features arts & crafts, live music, a petting zoo and local art.
OCTOBER 1 | LAUREL
Celebrate Laurel’s heritage as a sawmill town with entertainment, arts & crafts, food and kids activities.
OCTOBER 1 | POPLARVILLE
Pick out your pumpkin and paint it at our tables. Judging for the best pumpkins with prizes awarded at the end of the event.
OCTOBER 4-9 | GULF COAST
CRUISIN’ THE COAST
Three-day event with over 8,000 classic cars cruising along Hwy. 80 from Waveland to Pascagoula. Other festivities include a sock hop street party, contests, and 1950s and 1960s era entertainment at most venues and casinos.
OCTOBER 7-8 | ABERDEEN
BUKKA WHITE BLUES FESTIVAL
Enjoy non-stop blues music on the banks of the Tenn-Tom Waterway, barbecue and kids activities.
OCTOBER 7-8 | BROOKHAVEN
OLE BROOK FESTIVAL
This 47th annual festival will feature more than 200 craftsmen, food vendors, car show and live entertainment.
OCTOBER 7-8 | COLLINS
PEANUT FESTIVAL AT MITCHELL FARMS
Mitchell Farms offers fun for the whole family with farm tours, pumpkin patch, maze, entertainment, arts & crafts and food vendors.
OCTOBER 8 | VICKSBURG
OVER THE RIVER RUN
This five-mile run/walk and one-mile fun run goes over the Old Mississippi River Highway 80 Bridge, and is followed by an after party with live music.
OCTOBER 13-15 | CLARKSDALE
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS FESTIVAL
Enjoy this fun and enriching event exploring America’s greatest playwright in the town that influenced him during his childhood in Clarksdale.
OCTOBER 14-15 | GREENVILLE
11TH ANNUAL DELTA HOT TAMALE FESTIVAL
Greenville has been proclaimed “The Hot Tamale Capital of the World,” and this three-day event celebrates with tamale makers, local and regional artists and musicians.
OCTOBER 14-16 | NATCHEZ
NATCHEZ BALLOON FESTIVAL
Hot air balloons fill the skies over the Mississippi River as live music fills the air.
OCTOBER 21 | MAGEE
MAGEE CRAZY DAY FALL FESTIVAL
This festival features arts & crafts, food, touch a truck, music, carnival, antique car show, 5k run and more activities.
OCTOBER 22 | GAUTIER
GAUTIER MULLET & MUSIC FESTIVAL
Festival featuring handcrafted items, food, live entertainment and the famous mullet toss.
OCTOBER 27-30 | CLARKSDALE
Enjoy a great musical line up for Halloween Weekend in Clarksdale before and after Cruzn the Crossroads Car Show.
OCTOBER 28-29 | CLARKSDALE
CRUZN THE CROSSROADS CAR & TRUCK SHOW
A family fun day in Clarksdale with great music and fantastic cars.
NOVEMBER TBD | PASCAGOULA
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST BLUES & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
The Mississippi Gulf Coast Blues and Heritage Festival offers fun for the whole family with live blues music, food vendors and arts & crafts.
NOVEMBER 3-5 | JACKSON
Kick off the holiday season with this annual three-day holiday shopping extravaganza featuring more than 100 merchants from across the nation. Presented by the Junior League of Jackson.
NOVEMBER 4-5 | MERIDIAN
SOULE’ LIVE STEAM FESTIVAL
Step back in time to the age of steam with live steam engines, rail engines and belt driven machinery.
NOVEMBER 5-6 | OCEAN SPRINGS
PETER ANDERSON ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL
The largest arts festival in Mississippi and the Gulf Coast, featuring artists, crafters and food vendors from all over the United States.
NOVEMBER 12 | CLINTON
15TH ANNUAL OLDE TOWNE HOLIDAY
The brick streets of Olde Towne will be filled with Christmas spirit along with 120 vendors, and choir and dance performances.
NOVEMBER 12 | SEMINARY
SEMINARY FOUNDER’S DAY
Enjoy a Veteran’s Day celebration honoring United States military service men and women.
NOVEMBER TBD | COLUMBUS
ARTS N’ ANTIQUES SHOW & SALE
Shop the finest in decorative arts and antiques at this annual event, featuring dealers and artists from Mississippi, Florida, Tennessee and Kentucky.
DECEMBER | OXFORD
Celebrate the holiday season in Oxford with ice skating, carriage rides, a holiday art market, visits with Santa and more.
DECEMBER 1-31 | LELAND
CHRISTMAS ON DEER CREEK
For over 50 years, Santa arrives for Christmas on Deer Creek in Leland on his sleigh just in time for the lighting of the tree and many floats.
DECEMBER 2-3 | JACKSON
CHIMNEYVILLE ARTS FESTIVAL
Discover an extraordinary selection of traditional and contemporary juried works created by artists from around the country.
DECEMBER 10-11 | COASTWIDE
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST MARATHON
This marathon course features a fast, flat path along the coast from Pass Christian to Biloxi. The course is a Boston Qualifier route and offers unobstructed beach views and takes you past some of the coast’s most historic and beautiful homes.
DECEMBER 31 | JACKSON
NOON YEAR’S EVE
Ignite your creativity and inspire your dreams for the year ahead with this festive celebration for all ages at the Mississippi Children’s Museum.
YEAR-ROUND | CORINTH
PICKIN’ ON THE SQUARE
Old and young bluegrass performers take the stage on the courthouse square downtown each Thursday night.
FEBRUARY 17-MARCH 27 | GULFPORT
Gulf Coast Winter Classics Horse Show
This six-week United States Equestrian Foundation AA Rated Hunter-Jumper event features approximately 1,000 horses exhibiting.
MARCH 12-APRIL 12 | NATCHEZ
NATCHEZ SPRING PILGRIMAGE
Natchez welcomes visitors to enjoy tours of the city’s many historic homes and unique evening events.
MARCH 23-APRIL 16 | COLUMBUS
Enjoy historic home and garden tours with onsite culinary, art and music experiences.
MARCH 30-APRIL 1 | OXFORD
OXFORD ANNUAL CONFERENCE FOR THE BOOK
Book worms will enjoy this three-day event with literary panels and readings from award winning authors.
APRIL 29-MAY 1 | TUPELO
BLUE SUEDE CRUISE
Enjoy this annual weekend full of classic, antique and hot rod automobiles on display, as well as live music and great food.
MAY 12 & OCTOBER 13 | CANTON
CANTON FLEA MARKET
This famous flea market attracts vendors from across the country who showcase unique items such as pottery, jewelry and arts & crafts.
JULY-SEPTEMBER | NEW ALBANY
WILLIAM FAULKNER LITERARY FESTIVAL
Celebrate Faulkner in his birth town, New Albany, during Faulkner Fest July through September. Lecture series begins in July and ends with an awards banquet and program for the winners of the Faulkner Literary Competition and the opening of the Faulkner and Folk Art Exhibit at the Union County Museum.
SEPTEMBER 26-OCTOBER 24 | NATCHEZ
GRAND FALL PILGRIMAGE
Natchez welcomes visitors to enjoy tours of the city’s many historic homes and unique evening events.
SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 1
TISHOMINGO COUNTY TRASH & TREASURE ALONG THE TENN-TOM
This 50+ mile massive yard sale starts on Hwy. 25 north of Iuka and continues along and adjacent to the Tenn-Tom Waterway.
NOVEMBER-DECEMBER | CANTON
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
The “City of Lights” comes alive each holiday season with attractions and events for all ages. From the interactive Christmas Village to old fashioned carousel rides, there’s something for the whole family.
NOVEMBER 24-DECEMBER 31 | TYLERTOWN
CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK
Come see the beautiful lighted holiday display that covers 40 acres.
NOVEMBER 26-DECEMBER 25 | NATCHEZ
CHRISTMAS IN NATCHEZ
This month-long celebration starts with the lighting of a 34-ft. tree downtown, followed by special events and light displays throughout the month.
NOVEMBER 26-DECEMBER 30 | SOUTHAVEN
21ST ANNUAL SOUTHERN LIGHTS
Drive the 116-acre park with 500,000 twinkling lights while listening to synchronized FM radio Christmas music, including songs by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.