(OKLAHOMA CITY) – The Automobile Alley Association and Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership will host the third annual Lights On Broadway event on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. along Broadway Avenue between NW 4th Street and NW 10th Street and adjacent side streets.
Amidst the stunning light display, attendees can enjoy complimentary carriage rides, visits with Santa, live musicians, a free photo booth, a series of outdoor holiday-themed short films, a live brass band, face painting, and more. In addition to the activities happening throughout the district, Automobile Alley’s retail shops and restaurants are creating “Vintage Christmas”-themed window displays and offering special deals and promotions.
RCB Bank, located at 701 N. Broadway Avenue, will be hosting a series of outdoor holiday-themed short films. Cartoon classics including “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”, “Somewhere in Dreamland”, “Jack Frost”, and more will be playing in the RCB Bank parking lot beginning at 4:00 p.m. The first 100 attendees to the short films will receive a complimentary coffee or hot cocoa from the Coffee Slingers coffee truck.
After a year of construction, Automobile Alley streets are clear of construction and businesses are ready for customers. In anticipation of the Oklahoma City Streetcar, EMBARK will have a streetcar stationed at the Broadway Ave. Platform, located at the NE corner of 8th Street and Broadway Ave. OKC Streetcar will be hosting a “Track Meet”, sharing information about the new streetcar system, while attendees tour the streetcar, pick up route maps, giveaways, and more. Full service for the Oklahoma City Streetcar will begin on December 14, in conjunction with their Grand Opening Weekend Festivities. For more information about the OKC Streetcar, visit www.EmbarkOK.com.
The Curbside Chronicle pop-up will be located at NW 8th Street and Broadway Avenue selling holiday wrapping paper benefitting the Wrap Up Homelessness program. 100% of the proceeds from each package of wrapping paper go to support The Curbside Chronicle and its mission to employ and empower men and women transitioning out of homelessness in OKC.
Lights On Broadway is free and open to the public. This event is sponsored by the Automobile Alley Association, the downtown Business Improvement District, EMBARK, Oklahoma City Streetcar, and RCB Bank. For more information, including locations and promotions, visit www.downtownindecember.com.
Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership (DOKC) is a non-profit organization that promotes and markets downtown Oklahoma City in conjunction with numerous downtown stakeholders. DOKC also manages the downtown Business Improvement District, funds public art projects, and holds annual community events. For more information, visitwww.downtownokc.com.