24th November 2018
The Loxton District Chamber of Commerce and our many valued sponsors, are proud to host Light Up Day.
This is Loxton's Major event of the year where the town shines brighter than ever on this day, officially turning on its magic to begin the month long Christmas Lights Festival.
Free to the community, this icon event brings together families and friends to enjoy a whole day of entertainment, music, markets, shopping, food and the most fun your children will have outside of opening their presents on Christmas morning!
Loxton Light Up Day is renowned for its incredible fireworks spectacular at 9pm on the riverfront, providing a brilliant finale to a fantastic day. One of the Riverland’s most popular and enduring events, uplifting the spirit and touching the heart, demonstrating the very essence of what makes our charming town so special.
Free craft activies in the Kids Zone including bouncy castle, face painting and pop up playground 9am - 1pm and 4pm 0 8pm.
Come and visit Santa on Light Up Day at Riverland Motor Group, 1 East Terrace from 9am - 1pm and 4pm - 8pm. Free gift for every child. Professional photos available. Gold coin donation appreciated.
The popular 'Reindeer Road' is back again in 2018!. Collect a bag and map from the Kids Zone and set off to collect lots of great giveaways from various shops in East Terrace.
in the Loxton Library 10.30am.
from 4.30pm in East Terrace.
Loxton's vibrant village-style retail precinct offers a unique shopping experience with the majority of businesses still family-owned or independently run. We are proudly local and our businesses are firmly focussed on welcoming everyone to our friendly town.
Shops will be open on Light Up Day from 9am to 8.30pm.
From 7.30pm down on the Riverfront Lawns at the end of East Terrace, enjoy pre fireworks entertainment with performances featuring Ticklish Allsorts 'Jingle All the Way' Christmas Show.
At 9pm after the evenings entertainment, sit back and enjoy the magnificent fireworks display which officially opens the month long Lights Festival. From this time on, the lights around town are switched on and open for people to view.