Heard Holiday Trail of Lights

Bundle up your family, get out of the house, and experience the most unique holiday lighting display in North Texas.

The whole family will have  fun at the Heard at this holiday event. You will see thousands of  twinkling holiday lights—many synchronized to holiday music, along a half mile Heard nature trail.

Bring the children and have their photos taken with Father Christmas and Mother Nature in this festive setting. Family friendly entertainment will complement the holiday atmosphere, while you enjoy hot beverages and treats. Listen to live holiday music in the Heard outdoor amphitheater performed by local groups.

The Heard’s Holiday Activities

Walk through thousands of holiday lights and décor along a ½ mile nature trail – many synchronized to music! See the majesty of a 300-year-old Burr Oak spotlighted along the trail.

94.9 KLTY – Live On-Site on Saturday, December 17, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.

Stop and visit with Father Christmas and Mother Nature. Have a complimentary photo made by Clix Photography! (Photo orders can be placed online after the event.)

Enjoy the sounds of a live holiday concert on our outdoor amphitheatre stage each night from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Saturday – “Tuned In” Band

Sunday – “McKinney Community Band”

Monday – “Cottonwood Creek Baptist Church Choir, Orchestra and Worship Team”

Watch for strolling carolers and other entertainers including:

Saturday – Note-Ably North Texas Women’s Barbershop Chorus and an ensemble

from McKinney Boyd Choir

Sunday – Smooth Brew and Popular Gravity

Enjoy photo opportunities Monday night with a toy soldier stilt walker!

Stay warm with a hot beverage and treats sold by either Coffee & Cream (Saturday & Sunday) or Whole Foods (Monday). (A portion of the proceeds benefit The Heard) Only cash will be accepted for Coffee and Cream and Whole Foods beverage purchases – no credit.

Purchase your tickets for The Heard Holiday Trail of Lights

 

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