Tree Lighting Event
Friday Nov, 23, 4pm

Join the Lincoln Road Business Improvement District and some special friends for the Lincoln Road Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday, November 23, 2018, from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Euclid Oval located at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Lincoln Road. An excellent kickoff to the holiday season, coinciding with the traditional post-Thanksgiving, shopping day, the Lincoln Road Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will include ornament making, caroling, a Children’s Countdown to light the tree and one or two other surprises, all free and open to the public.  The festivities will commence at 4 p.m. with a Christmas Tree Ornament Making Workshop in partnership with The New Tropic, where participants can make an ornament and a memory for holidays into the future.  Caroling commences at 6:30 p.m. led by the Rockstarz Holiday Carolers, a merry band of local singers who will help keep us on-key, or somewhere near it, with holiday favorites new and old.  Children’s Countdown and tree lighting will follow at 7 p.m., when we throw the switch lighting Lincoln Road’s new 30 foot, doubly lit Majestic Mountain Pine. The Rockstarz Holiday Carolers will complete the evening with more merriment and singing, all made possible by the Lincoln Road Business Improvement District in partnership with the City of Miami Beach.

Miami Beach, FL, USA.

Lincoln Road is where Miami comes together – to shop, to dine, to celebrate. With over 200 designer boutiques, local merchants, national retail stores, and an outstanding selection of fine restaurants and bars there is something for everyone to enjoy. Lincoln Road is also home to the newly restored Colony Theatre, the architecturally acclaimed 1111 Lincoln Road complex, the stunning New World Center concert hall, Regal Cinema’s state-of-the-art multiplex, ArtCenter/South Florida, and much more.

Check out the New Tropic Neighborhood Guide to Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road is the country’s second pedestrian district ever created. Every block is full of history and culture that reflect Miami’s evolution since 1912. There’s a mix of architectural designs all over the area, theater, art studios, restaurants for every craving and mood and community activities both locals and visitors can enjoy all year long. Walk, eat, observe and participate. The New Tropic has a great guide to things to do – check it out.

new tropic website link guide to lincoln road

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