Suwannee Democrat

Suwannee Democrat

November 26, 2012

Suwannee Lights Christmas extravaganza opens Dec. 1

Live Oak — SPIRIT OF THE SUWANNEE MUSIC PARK, LIVE OAK, FLA - The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak is proud to announce this year’s Suwannee Lights Christmas extravaganza. Suwannee Lights, a tradition in North Florida for families, will be held Dec. 1-24 each night, rain or shine, beginning at 6 p.m. Admission is Visiting the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park’s Suwannee Lights Christmas extravaganza is a unique experience you will remember for a lifetime. You'’ll be warm and cozy in your own vehicle as you and your loved ones drive through this Christmas spectacular regardless of the weather. Children and adults will oooh and aaah as they see more then 5 million twinkling lights on lovingly handmade Christmas vignettes along this path to Christmas memories. Features include more music, sound enhancements, new displays and much more.

This event has become a tradition with hundreds of families who take the tour each year, shop the Crafts Village, chat with Santa and enjoy all the special activities going on each evening and weekends at Christmas at the SOSMP

When you’ve finished the tour, you’ll still want more, and that’s when you may take the walking tour, roast some s’mores over a crackling fire, sit on Santa’s knee while Christmas music plays in the background and whisper into his ear just what you want him to bring this Christmas! Santa’s elves will be right there working in Santa‘s unique workshop! The Puppetone Rockers are back again this year to delight young and old with music and the antics of the puppets along with Dave Blazer by the campfire! The Kazoobie Guy will also be here beginning Dec. 14 to entertain with his kazoo! It’s a real hoot - you don’t want to miss the Kazoobie Guy or any of the entertainers!

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