Lumaze brings a million lights to Seattle’s new waterfront

A family-friendly holiday festival (Image by Lumaze)

“Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.” – Norman Vincent Peale

Christmas is all about fairytales, magic, and twinkling lights. Lumaze Lost in Lights, the all-indoor Christmas festival and market, promises all of this and more. The festival is making its debut at Pier 91 on Seattle’s new waterfront from November 29 – January 4. This holiday experience opens tomorrow (Black Friday) from 4:00 to 10:00 pm and is the perfect way to wrap up a busy holiday shopping day. 

The Attractions

Lumaze perfectly captures the spirit of Christmas. The family-friendly experience includes an interactive light maze, entertainment, a vendor market, and experiential photo opportunities. All indoors and 100,000+ square feet in size, the festival features a million LED bulbs in the form of light gardens and illuminated structures where visitors can create their own “happy snaps.” Guests are also invited to experience A Fairytale Christmas and become princes and princesses as they help Santa locate his lost presents with assistance from storyland characters. 

Eat + Drink

What’s Christmastime without feasting? Choose from exciting food and drink offerings including Gourminis, a popular mini grilled panini truck that was rated #1 by SeattleFoodTruck.com. Other offerings will include gourmet coffee, fish and chips, mini donuts, waffles, burgers, Asian-inspired cuisine, and even Acai Bowls.  

Dance the Night Away

This season is all about song and dance! Guests can enjoy musical performances that include sets by Squirrel Butter, Tim Wilson, Jake Hemming with Katie Costello, Ladies, Annie Ford Band, Caleb & Walter, and Mike Gervais & Kaylee Cole (members of The Head and the Heart).

Get Tickets Now!

This season just got merrier! Tickets are currently 20% off the opening weekend and select days throughout the season making this a perfect holiday experience to gather family & friends. You can get 20% off tickets for Thanksgiving weekend using code Seattle20 (for Nov 28, 29, & 30 while space lasts).