Christmas in the Square, Frisco, TX
The 2009 Christmas in the Square is going to be bigger and better than before, with over 450,000 visitors expected! The largest choreographed holiday lights and music display in Texas is combined with family-oriented activities to produce a "signature destination event" for Frisco. Christmas in the Square lights and music will commence on November 27, 2009 and will continue each evening through January 3, 2010.
Christmas in the Square is an unmatched holiday extravaganza. The largest choreographed holiday lights and music display in Texas is combined with family-oriented activities to produce a "signature destination event" for Frisco and North Texas. Thanks to exposure on the Web, news coverage and a variety of sites and blogs, Christmas in the Square received global exposure and acclaim. Christmas in the Square is centered on the family. The lights and music show and most of the activities (even parking) are free to everyone, thanks to the generosity of our sponsor partners and the owners of Frisco Square.
Christmas in the Square drew more than 406,000 visitors during December 2008. Families, friends and holiday guests from through-out north Texas, the D/FW Metroplex and southern Oklahoma came and enjoyed the spectacular show. Lights! Music! Snow! Holiday lights and music choreographed by Frisco's own Jeff Trykoski (Illumimax LLC). With over 100,000 lights, 9.1 miles of wiring and 5.5 miles of extension cords.