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Singing at 40 Nights of Lights

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Singers take the stage at Fourth Street Live Saturday night. Keith Kaiser warms up with some of those singers before the 40 Nights of Lights.

32nd Annual Light Up Louisville / 40 Nights of Lights runs Sunday's through Thursday's, 6 - 10 pm and Friday's and Saturday's, 6 pm - Midnight until January 1st.

The nightly light show that is synchronized to holiday music can be seen on 4th Street from Main to Liberty.

The nightly spectacle also includes light projections on buildings along 4th Street.

The Ice Skating Rink will be located in the heart of Fourth Street Live under the Atrium.

 

- Pricing:

- $3 for kids per hour

- $5 for adults per hour

- $10 for a day pass

- $40 for a season pass

- $2 for skate rental

- Daily Times:

- Sunday 11:30am - 8pm

- Monday - Thursday 11:30am-9pm

- Friday and Saturday 11:30am-Midnight

 

Community Outreach Performances:

 

December 15 - several choirs performing holiday music

5:30-5:45pm- Shawn McGavock( Holiday Christian Singer)

5:45-6:00pm- Verman Winburn

6:00-6:15pm- Junior Black Butterflies (Christian dance ministry)

6:15-6:30pm- Julia Royston

6:30-6:45pm- HOPE ministry (Gospel Rappers)

7:00pm-7:30pm- Wayside Choir

 

Wayside Choir -- "Down by the Wayside Choir is an outreach ministry of Wayside Christian Mission.

The members of the choir are almost all in the Mission's recovery program for homeless addicts and alcoholics.

The choir helps them to keep their focus and reach out to others.

The choir has been led by Virginia Taylor, the Recovery Program Manager, for over ten years.

Click here for event schedule.

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