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The 58th Annual Austin Trail of Lights, powered by H-E-B, will return to its traditional, in-person format. The longest-running holiday tradition of its kind in Austin welcomes hundreds of thousands of guests from Central Texas and around the world each year for its jubilant displays of lights.

The trail now features more than 2 million lights illuminating the park, 90 lighted holiday trees, and more than 70 other holiday displays and lighted tunnels.

Visitors seeking a first-look at the most beloved, and longest running holiday tradition of its kind in Texas’ capital city, can attend the 9th Annual Night Lights Preview Party on December 2 presented by Broadway Bank, or participate in the 11th annual Austin Trail of Lights Fun Run on December 3, presented by Chuy’s.

The 58th Annual Austin Trail of Lights, powered by H-E-B, will return to its traditional, in-person format. The longest-running holiday tradition of its kind in Austin welcomes hundreds of thousands of guests from Central Texas and around the world each year for its jubilant displays of lights.

The trail now features more than 2 million lights illuminating the park, 90 lighted holiday trees, and more than 70 other holiday displays and lighted tunnels.

Visitors seeking a first-look at the most beloved, and longest running holiday tradition of its kind in Texas’ capital city, can attend the 9th Annual Night Lights Preview Party on December 2 presented by Broadway Bank, or participate in the 11th annual Austin Trail of Lights Fun Run on December 3, presented by Chuy’s.

The 58th Annual Austin Trail of Lights, powered by H-E-B, will return to its traditional, in-person format. The longest-running holiday tradition of its kind in Austin welcomes hundreds of thousands of guests from Central Texas and around the world each year for its jubilant displays of lights.

The trail now features more than 2 million lights illuminating the park, 90 lighted holiday trees, and more than 70 other holiday displays and lighted tunnels.

Visitors seeking a first-look at the most beloved, and longest running holiday tradition of its kind in Texas’ capital city, can attend the 9th Annual Night Lights Preview Party on December 2 presented by Broadway Bank, or participate in the 11th annual Austin Trail of Lights Fun Run on December 3, presented by Chuy’s.

WHEN

WHERE

Zilker Park
2100 Barton Springs Rd.
Austin, TX 78746
https://austintrailoflights.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free on seven out of the 14 nights; free for kids under 12.
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