Open Nov 24 - Jan 1
Opens at 5:30 p.m. nightly
A Project of the Roseburg Rotary Club
See Animated Characters from Disney's FROZEN!
World's Largest Nutcracker
Over 500,000 Lights
Free Candy Canes
FREE Holiday Village
Holiday Music Radio Channel
Over 90 Animated Displays
5:30 - 9pm Sun-Thurs
5:30 - 10pm Fri-Sat
Thursday - Sunday
$5 Per Person
Reservations: (541) 643-4586
See Santa for FREE
at the Holiday Village
Thurs - Sun 5:30 - 9pm
Free admission with Bi-Mart card
Boys & Girls Club of
the Umpqua Valley Night
Free admission with Boys & Girls Club membership card.
Free admission for Veterans and their families
Sponsored by Clint Newell Auto Group
First Interstate Bank Night
Free admission with First Interstate Bank card
Northwest Community Credit Union Night
Free admission with Northwest Community Credit Union card
UCAN Canned Food Night
Sponsored by Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe, Abby's, & Pepsi
Free admission with donation of 5 items
Saving Grace Night
50% of proceeds will go to Saving Grace
Sponsored by Lauren Young Tire Center
Cascade Community Credit Union
Free admission with Cascade Community Credit Union card
Rogue Credit Union Night
Free admission with Rogue Credit Union Mastercard/Visa card
Foster Family Christmas Party
Free admission and special events for Foster Families
Sponsored by Mercy Foundation and BrightPath Solutions
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 Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019 and runs through Wed., January 1, 2020.
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, including the Holiday Village, wagon rides, the World’s Largest Nutcracker and visits from Santa Claus himself!
The Holiday Village is open Thursday through Sunday evenings through Christmas Eve in Helleck Hall. With Santa Claus, a model train set, cookies, candies, warm cider and souvenirs for sale, the Holiday Village is a must see.
Wagon rides are offered Thursday through Sunday nights for $5.
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 and Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center.
You can also find the personal Facebook account of the World’s Largest Nutcracker and follow him on Twitter @KingNutcracker!