Don’t miss a holiday spectacular making a return this year, the FrankTown Festival of Lights!

FrankTown Festival of Lights is a family-friendly, annual holiday event in Williamson County, with hundreds of holiday lights displays, a 30-foot Christmas tree, holiday snacks and more!

The 2022 lights display is a drive through only light display open Friday, November 18 to Saturday, December 31 from 5-9 p.m. nightly at the Williamson County Agricultural Center in Franklin, Tennessee. Last year, approximately 15,000 vehicles came through the festival!

This year, the festival will have a 1.5 mile route of holiday lights with over 200 displays synchronized to holiday music on the radio. Patrons driving through the lights display including surprise visits from Buddy the Elf and the Grinch!

This year, FrankTown will also have a Walkin’ Wednesday, where guest can walk through the light displays. That option is available Nov. 23, Nov. 30, and Dec. 7, 14, and 28th from 5-6:30 p.m. Regular car tours start start 7-9 pm those days.

Guest can also take pictures at the 30-foot Christmas tree adorned with thousands of lights. Concessions will also be available with fan favorites such as s’mores kits, funnel cakes, hot chocolate, caramel apples, and much more!

Tickets are $30 for a passenger vehicle (car, SUV, truck up to 8 passengers), $50 for large passenger vehicles (over 8 passengers) and $100 for commercial or charter vehicles. Tickets go on sale Oct. 18 and a link to get yours can be found here.

Proceeds for the event benefit the FrankTown Open Hearts, a nonprofit ministry in Franklin enhancing the lives of at-risk youth through mentoring, spiritual development and academic tutoring services. The ministry also provides school year supplies to students, and over 10,5000 meals to Williamson County youth and families last year.

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