On Monday, November 20, Mayor Michelle Wu and the friends of Christopher Columbus Park will ring in the holiday season with an official lighting of the iconic Boston trellis. 50,000 blue fairy lights illuminate the trellis adjacent to Boston’s historic waterfront and the haunted Lewis Wharf!
Located at 110 Atlantic Avenue, the 260-foot-long trellis is a notorious spot, celebrated all season long with romantic walks and very Insta-worthy selfies. You can capture the illuminated joy all season long.
Trellis at Christopher Columbus Park festivities for the official lighting
There will be plenty of local entertainers caroling and covering classic holiday tunes. Entertainment from the nearby North End Music and Performing Arts Center, Northeastern a cappella group Pitch, Please!, Ackeem Hill, and special guests Santa Claus and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer are to entertain giddy and gleeful spectators!
To stay warm, and because Santa said it’s ok, guests can munch on cookies, Drakes Cakes and sip hot chocolate milk from various sponsors. H.P. Hood will also have the quintessential holiday drink, eggnog. For those craving something savory to balance the sweetness, New England clam chowder will be served courtesy of Joe’s Waterfront.
Find the Christopher Columbus Park Trellis at 110 Atlantic Avenue
Official lighting: November 20 5-6 PM