For many people, a lot has changed throughout 2020, and the holiday season is no exception. With that in mind, it’s important to hang on to the traditions we know and love as much as possible. Here in Howard County, one of these such traditions is returning for its 27th year with the Merriweather Symphony of Lights at Merriweather Post Pavilion.
With a limited supply of hot chocolate and other refreshments available, visitors can make an evening out of the event, from the mile-long light display itself to the exciting contests it features. And, with special added events like the dog-friendly Tail Lights and walk-through specialty nights, the Merriweather Symphony of Lights is a perfect way to spark your holiday spirit, whether you visit once or come by throughout the season.
Benefiting the Downtown Columbia Arts and Culture Commission, the Howard County General Hospital, and, of course, the Symphony of Lights even itself, you can support the local community and create the (literal) highlight of your holiday season by taking in the Merriweather Symphony of Lights with your family or friends. Continuing your longtime holiday tradition or starting a new one this season, you’re sure to look forward to the Symphony of Lights in 2020 and for years to come.