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Open Nov 21 - Jan 1

Opens at 5:30 p.m. nightly

Riverforks Park, Exit 125 Garden Valley

A Project of the Roseburg Rotary Club

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  • See Animated Characters from Disney's FROZEN!

  • Holiday Music Radio Channel

  • Over 90 Animated Displays

  • Over 500,000 Lights

 
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2020 MAJOR SPONSORS

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2020 MEDIA SPONSORS

2020 PRESENTING SPONSORS

 
Ticket allows one visit to the Festival of Lights between November 21, 2021 and January 1, 2022.

Open

5:30 - 9pm Sun-Thurs

5:30 - 10pm Fri-Sat

2020 FEATURED SPONSORS

Abby’s Legendary Pizza

BrightPath Business Solutions

Clint Newell Auto Group

Con-Vey

Dutch Bros

Evergreen Family Medicine

Lithia Motors

Lone Rock Resources

Lauren Young Tire Center

Orenco Sytems

Paul Utz

Umpqua Bank

Umpqua Endodontics/Michael J. Allen, DDS

2020 PARTNER SPONSORS

Banner Bank

Bigfoot Beverages

Douglas Timber Operators

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Riverview Terrace

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The Umpqua Valley's Favorite Holiday Tradition

The Festival of Lights has become an annual tradition in Douglas County, drawing 25,000 visitors per year and generating hundreds of thousands of dollars for Rotary Club scholarships and service projects since 1993.

The Festival of Lights opens at River Forks Park Nov. 21, 2021 and runs through January 1, 2022.

For just $10 per car, visitors enjoy 90 light displays containing nearly 500,000 lights and all the traditional attractions that have made the Festival famous.

Several special nights are scheduled throughout the season, allowing thousands of people to see the attractions for free through special offers from our generous sponsors. The Festival of Lights also shares gate receipts with worthy local organizations like the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley.

Click here to find the Festival of Lights on Facebook.