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Surrey Tree Lighting Festival 2012

Thursday, November 1st, 2012 — 8:53am PDT
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The Surrey Tree Lighting Festival is set for Saturday, November 24, 2012 and it will be filled with activities and entertainment to ring in the holiday season.

Surrey Tree Lighting Festival 2012

This free family festival will run from 12:00pm to 8:00pm at the Central City Plaza where the tree be lit at 6:15pm. Come throughout the day to catch some of the fantastic local and internationally-acclaimed talent on six stages.

Main Stage in the Christmas Plaza

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12:15pm Circus West
1:00pm Santa’s Arrival
1:15pm Carnival Band
2:00pm Ronnie “Elvis” Scott
3:00pm Revolver “The World’s Best Beatles Show”
4:10pm Surrey Celebration Dance Team
4:30pm Langley Ukulele Ensemble
5:30pm Dear Rouge
6:15pm Tree Lighting Ceremony
7:00pm Dragonette

The Tree Stage in the Christmas Plaza will have choir performances and the BC Hydro Kids Stage will be in Santa’s Workshop with Circus West, choir performances, and story-time.

Inside at the SFU Theatre there will be holiday movie screenings and near Winners ‘Winterland at Central City’ will be setup with choir performances as well — with a quick visit from Elvis.

Photos with Santa will be at the North Pole (near Tim Hortons in the shopping centre) starting at 2:00pm.

Follow @Surrey_Events and the tag #SurreyTree on Twitter for more information and check out the full schedule for the Surrey Tree Lighting Festival online.

The City of Surrey always does an amazing job at not only including everyone in their festivals, entertainment, and activities but also making sure that events are free and accessible for all (thanks to Coast Capital Savings and other generous sponsors). is proud to once again be a media partner of the Surrey Tree Lighting Festival.

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One comment

  1. Amie says:

    I can’t wait to see Dragonette! ๐Ÿ™‚ The City of Surrey has also made some changes this year that should be good.

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