Dana Point Harbor Lights are back to brighten up 2020

The winter holiday season is right around the corner, and if you’re in Orange County, then quite literally. The Dana Point Harbor Lights is an annual celebration bringing together people from the local areas and further out. Beginning November 11th, Dana Point Harbor Partners is spreading seasonal cheer with the annual holiday light display set to illuminate the night. Holiday cheer is what everyone might need right now, so get ready to head to Dana Point and have a light with lights and smiles.

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Check out the lights themed with holiday trees, reindeer, Santa Claus and more being displayed from November 11 until The Dana Point Harbor’s 46th Annual Boat Parade of Lights on December 4, 5, 11, and 12. From the day it begins, you’ll have a month-long celebration in Orange County. Visit the Candy Cane Lane, “Merry Kiss Me” arch, and the local Dana Point restaurants that are open. This year you can expect something new, Dana Point Harbor Partners will add light displays to the island to encourage visitors to explore all Harbor areas and avoid large crowds to promote social distancing.

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On the nights of The Dana Point Harbor’s 46th Annual Boat Parade of Lights, boaters will be decorating their boats to the theme of a “Fiesta Holiday” which sounds like a fun surprise. Meet at the harbor for the 7:30 PM show and watch the parade all night. In case you can’t see the celebration, the lights will remain up until January 3, 2021. When you want some holiday cheer to brighten up your life, check out the lights at the Dana Point Harbor.

Visit Dana Point Harbor for more information about this glowing experience.

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