UPDATED 10/26/2021: Parking At LCC

The LCC ramp mentioned below is currently under construction and will not be available for community parking during this event.

Silver Bells In The City is back for 2021 and it will be a live and in-person event.

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Mark your calendars for Friday, November 19th from 5 - 8:30 pm in Downtown Lansing.

There will be all the activities you know and love and definitely missed out on in 2020.

The Electric Light Parade kicks off at 6 p.m. at the corner of Lenawee Street and South Washington Square.

The Grand Marshall is a bronze medal winner from this year's Tokyo Olympics, Lansing native, and Eash High School grad Taylor Manson.

There will be vendors in the Silver Bells Village, the tree lighting at the Capitol, the community sing, and more. Head HERE for a complete list of times and events happening on November 19th in Downtown Lansing.

Where can you park for Silver Bells In The City?

Free parking after 5:00 pm in all City of Lansing-owned ramps during the event along with the Lansing Community College ramp, the State of Michigan Roosevelt ramp, the State of Michigan lots behind the Hall of Justice off of Ottawa and Allegan Streets, the Lewis Cass lot off of Kalamazoo Street and the lots south of the Michigan Historical Museum off of Kalamazoo Street. (silverbellsinthecity)

You can take a look at the map below for help or HEAD HERE.

Silver Bells In The City

Please note places to park, the parade route, Christmas tree lighting, and DRONE LIGHT SHOW?!?

Are there fireworks for Silver Bells In The City this year?

That's a negative my friends. But have no fear. Right after the Christmas tree lighting ceremony and community sing at the Capitol, we shall all be treated to something new.

After the tree lighting, an amazing Firefly Drone Light Show will illuminate the sky, choreographed to music. This holiday light show is designed and orchestrated by world-class artists and engineers who have done light shows for Amazon Music, Capitol One Orange Bowl, Disney+, Ford Motor Company, and more. (silverbellsinthecity)

 

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