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Night of Light: Christmas Tree Lighting

  • Presented By: Columbia Main Street
  • Dates: November 23, 2019
  • Location: Historic Downtown Columbia
  • 1 Public Square
  • Columbia, TN 38401
  • Time: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Price: free
  • Overview

    This holiday season kicks off with the dazzling ‘Night of Light’ tree lighting festivities in downtown Columbia on Saturday, Nov 23rd at 5pm. The second annual ‘It’s Christmas in Columbia’ Night of Light celebration adorning Columbia’s beautiful town square is presented by community partner Stan McNabb Chevrolet Cadillac of Columbia.
    This family-friendly event is expected to fill the streets of downtown Columbia with thousands of happy faces, endless holiday cheer, food trucks and live music by special guest artists culminating with the lighting of Columbia’s 40’ Christmas tree by Santa Claus himself. This year’s musical entertainment, presented by superstar host in his own right, Blair Garner, offers twice the excitement with special guests: Guy Penrod and country music duo High Valley. 
    Returning as popular host and emcee for the ‘Night of Light’ celebration, Blair Garner is a nationally syndicated country radio personality and captain of industry, dominating the airwaves for more than 30 years. Garner is also the man with a vision. As founder of The Mulehouse, his vision for a new, world-class entertainment venue located just one block from downtown Columbia is taking shape to become the unrivaled entertainment experience in Tennessee. The Mulehouse is slated to open in December 2020.
    In addition to presenting sponsor, Stan McNabb of Columbia, this event is made possible by the support of these community partners: Columbia Power & Water Systems, Maury Regional Health Care, Lee Company, Beck Dental Care, Caledonian Financial, & Columbia Machine Works.
    Join with us in celebrating a real hometown holiday tradition that includes a packed calendar of fun & exciting events surrounding our annual ‘It’s Christmas in Columbia’ celebration like ‘A Very Maury Christmas’ on Nov 23rd, the Columbia Christmas Parade on December 2nd, ‘Fa La La Fridays’ on Dec 6th, 14th and 20th and so much more!