Downtown OKC is full of beautiful light displays to enjoy throughout the holiday season! Explore each district and experience the different light installations and decorations that they have to offer with your family and friends.
Light displays are available for viewing dawn to dusk from November 16th to January 7th, and are free and open to everyone.
AUTOMOBILE ALLEY – Take in the breathtaking display of holiday lights each winter. Visit the district to see more than 600,000 colorful LED lights draped over buildings in a dazzling display of Christmas cheer. The light display is easily seen from your car, but if you want to truly get into the holiday spirit you should get out and take it in on foot. Or, hop aboard the OKC Streetcar and tour lights all around downtown.
BRICKTOWN – The Bricktown Canal Lights display will be back to brighten your Bricktown experience. As you stroll the canal, enjoy the many dining and shopping options in downtown OKC’s premier entertainment district under the beautiful and dynamic holiday lights. The Bricktown Holiday Trees are by artists Nathan Hendrix and Stephen Tyler of True Façade are a fun and modern display that you won’t want to miss. The Bricktown Christmas Tree presented by Painted Door Gift Boutique will return to the canal overlook across from the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark and will be lit during the Oklahoma City Tree Lighting Festival on Thursday, November 16th and kick off the holiday season downtown.
CITY CENTER – The business district comes alive with beautiful lights every night during the season. Explore downtown’s City Center lights while you are out catching an OKC Thunder game, indulging in fine dining, experiencing downtown’s urban parks, or checking out the district’s must-see museums.
DEEP DEUCE – Take a stroll through the historic Deep Deuce neighborhood to see the colorful lights along NE 2nd Street and Oklahoma Avenue. Arrive early and stay late to experience the delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night drink options in the district.
MIDTOWN – All is merry and bright in Midtown. See holiday lights and decorations throughout the district as you make Midtown your destination for dining, holiday shopping, and general merriment. Don’t miss the Midtown Christmas Tree located at the Holiday Pop-Ups at NW 10th and Hudson.