The Sylvan Ramble Holiday Lights Show is a local tradition. What began as a fun neighborhood activation has transformed into a must-see holiday event for folks across the Tampa Bay region. This year will be the final year for the light extravaganza at its current location (4412 W Sylvan Ramble St). Beginning this Friday, and every following Friday in December, the organization will illuminate the night with a spectacle of over 200,000 channels of lights, fountains, smoke effects, and more, all in the spirit of the Holidays.
This year, Sylvan Ramble is supporting Clothes To Kids, a local charity dedicated to providing new and quality used clothing to low-income and at-risk children and youth in the Tampa Bay area. 100% of funds raised in-person at their event or online via Eventbrite will go directly to Clothes To Kids. If you enjoy the show, the organizers kindly ask that you leave a donation.
If you live in the neighborhood there is no need to register for the event online. However, if you are coming from outside the neighborhood, the Sylvan Ramble team asks that you register on Eventbrite so they can account for crowds.
This event takes place in a neighborhood, so only street parking is available. Visitors are asked not to block any driveways. The festivities are accessible; those guests needing extra assistance just need to reach out to Sylvan Ramble at least 1 hour before the event begins so they can block off a parking spot for you.
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