Palm Coast's 18th annual Fantasy Lights Festival will begin on Nov. 25 and run through Dec. 30.
The free festival will be open every night from 6:30-9 p.m. at Central Park in Town Center.
Opening night will include a food truck event called "Taste of the Holidays," featuring seasonal treats and a visit from Santa, according to a press release from the city government.
The festival will feature several special events and performances on select nights during its 35-day run, including performances by the Belle Terre Elementary Choir, SEAS School Choir, Planet E Studio, the Palm Coast Band, Palm Coast Big Band and others. Residents can view the full itinerary at the Rotary Club of Flagler County's website.
The Fantasy Lights Festival is presented by the Rotary Club of Flagler County. It includes 55 light displays around Central Park and a Santa’s Village train ride for kids.
Santa will visit Santa's Village every Sunday before Dec. 24, according to the Rotary Club's website.
All net proceeds from gate donations and sponsorships will go to the Rotary’s local nonprofit charities and support college scholarships for high school seniors, according to the Rotary website.