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The Lights of Lobethal opening night and pageant goes ahead as ticketed event

The 2021 Lobethal Lights Festival will go ahead this year, with the opening night event and pageant to run as a ticketed event

The 2021 Lobethal Lights Festival will go ahead this year, with the opening night event and pageant to run as a ticketed event.

In order to comply with covid requirements, event organisers have announced that both events will be moved into the Lobethal Recreation grounds, taking on a new ticketed format.

The Lobethal Lights Festival’s opening night is promised to be an evening filled with entertainment, music and a festive concert atmosphere.

Like years gone by, it’ll showcase local schools, community groups and volunteer-run organisations, with ticket pricing to be announced along with their headline act.

The Christmas Pageant will be a free ticketed event, and will go ahead as planned on December 23rd, with the big man in red scheduled to make an appearance!

The Lobethal Lights Festival will commence on December 12th and will run till December 23rd, much to the excitement of locals and visitors alike, following last years cancellation of its associated events and pageant.

Homes and business were still allowed to display their lights, however the opening night festivities, living nativity and pageant were all put on hold due to the pandemic.

This year will see visitors flocking back to the country town to celebrate the start of the festive season with an evening of Christmas-filled entertainment and cheer.

Follow The Lights of Lobethal Festival on Facebook to keep up to date with their news and ticket pricing.

Events as part of the festival will include: The Lobethal Christmas Pageant & Twilight Christmas Markets

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