Truist Field is turning into a winter wonderland for Christmas. It’s your chance to try ice skating or snow tubing next to Charlotte’s Uptown skyline. WSOCTV says this Christmas will be filled with lots to do in the uptown stadium.
The “Light the Knights” event will feature an NHL regulation-size ice rink and a six-lane snow tubing slope in left field. There will also be the annual holiday lights display, live entertainment, holiday shopping, and appearances from Santa.
Admission to the light show and Charlotte Christmas Village is $10. Ice skating and snow tubing cost extra. You can get daily passes for general admission plus unlimited ice skating or snow tubing for $25, or you can pay $35 for a pass that gives you unlimited ice skating and snow tubing.
The festival runs from Nov. 23 through Jan. 6. Hours vary. Click here to see the schedule.
For more information or to buy tickets, click here.
American Cities & Towns Named After Christmas
Using information from the United States Census Bureau, Stacker found 29 cities and towns across America with names that embody the spirit of Christmas. Some towns take the festivities more seriously than others—think Christmas-themed streets, year-round yuletide attractions, and huge holiday markets—while others reflect on the story behind the season. Let’s take a virtual sleigh ride across America as we learn about these festively named locations and the different ways they celebrate.