Bright Walk in White Rock

Bright Walk in White Rock

Bright Walk in White Rock lights up the White Rock Waterfront 

Friday, Dec. 10 | 5 to 6:30 p.m.

The City of White Rock presents an evening of festive, family fun on Friday, Dec. 10. 

Join Mayor Darryl Walker and White Rock City Council for a tree lighting ceremony complete with family activities, bouncy elves, live entertainment, free hot chocolate, and a special visit from Santa Claus. 

The Bright Walk in White Rock inaugural light up event runs from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Memorial Park on Marine Drive. Admission to the outdoor event is free.

People walking along Christmas lights on large trees

Magical Lights

Beyond the lighting of the Christmas tree, there are many new light installations including an illuminated light tunnel. Each night, enjoy holiday-themed lights on the White Rock Pier, Canada’s Longest Pier.

Bouncy Elves jumping

Santa's Bouncy Elves 

Big, bold, bright and sure to bring a smile! Snap a photo, or bounce around with Santa’s Bouncy Elves.

family with Christmas tree and candy canes

Snap a Photo

Festive fun for the whole family! Enjoy the magical light displays and a snowman family photo opportunity. Be sure to say hello to Santa Claus who will be walking around Memorial Park Plaza.

Share your photos with #WinterInWhiteRock for your chance to be featured.

Christmas Craft Market

Christmas Craft Market

Celebrate the magic of the season as the White Rock Museum and Archives gallery transforms into a holiday market with more than 20 local artisans. The Museum and Archives are open six days a week, including Saturday and Sunday. Visit www.whiterockmuseum.ca

Hot chocolate beverage

Food Carts & Free Hot Chocolate

Enjoy a warm hot chocolate and some yummy eats from the local food cart vendors, located by the White Rock Museum and Archives.

Christmas Carolers singing

Live Entertainment

Enjoy and sing along to a vibrant and energetic a cappella performance from the Fandango Quartet. Plus, a live DJ!

Bright Walk in White Rock lights up the waterfront nightly from Dec. 10 to Feb. 15 


Beyond the lighting of the Christmas tree, there are many new light installations including an illuminated light tunnel and a snowman family photo opportunity. Each night enjoy holiday-themed lights on the White Rock Pier, Canada’s Longest Pier.