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Expanded Downtown Jingle Lights Return Downtown
Nov. 23, 2021, DAYTON, Ohio — Following a successful debut last year, the Downtown Dayton Partnership and Dayton Holiday Festival have expanded Downtown Jingle Lights, the interactive holiday light show downtown, for this holiday season.
Downtown Jingle Lights will kick off November 26 following the Grande Illumination, presented by AES Ohio, and continue each evening through January 1. The free holiday activity invites you to tune your radio to 97.1 FM as you drive the route, and see downtown streets transformed into an interactive, drive-thru light show, choreographed to the beat of your favorite holiday tunes.
This year’s expanded route will feature Downtown Jingle Lights along Main Street between Monument and Fifth, Third Street between St. Clair and Wilkinson, and Monument Avenue from Patterson to Main.
Guests can enjoy different Jingle Lights music on the following days of the week:
- Holiday Pop Favorites – Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, & Saturdays
- Holiday Classics – Thursdays
- Kids Favorites – Sundays
“These interactive holiday lights were a hit in 2020, when we debuted them as a festive holiday addition along Main Street,” said DDP president Sandy Gudorf. “We’re excited to be able to expand their footprint this year, with even more Jingle Lights along Third Street and Monument Avenue. We encourage everyone to come downtown to enjoy this free holiday activity, and then stay to support our great collection of small businesses with your holiday shopping and celebrating this season.”
Downtown Jingle Lights are presented by the Downtown Dayton Partnership and sponsored by iHeartRADIO, with support from Five Rivers MetroParks. More information, including a map of the route, can be found at DowntownDayton.org/jinglelights.
Downtown Jingle Lights is just part of a great lineup of holiday family fun downtown throughout the season! Find more info on all the holiday activities on the Dayton Holiday Festival webpage at DaytonHolidayFestival.org.
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