Governor’s Holiday Light Festival opening soon with new features

A magnificent visual display can be seen at the front of the Guam Museum. It’s part of the Christmas Festival launched Saturday evening. (PNC photo by Kevin Kerrigan)

The festival will have Christmas displays, movies, performances, and parades.

Governor Lou Leon Guerrero and Lt. Governor Josh Tenorio would like to invite the island
community to celebrate the holiday season at the Governor’s Holiday Light Festival, which will be open from December 5, 2022, to January 7, 2022, at the Skinner Plaza and Plaza de España in Hagåtña.

The festivities will kick off with a Christmas Lighting Ceremony on December 5, 2022, at 5 p.m. at the Guam Museum outdoor stage with each location featuring festive decorations, including Christmas lights, illuminated topiaries, and holiday arches. In addition to the decor, there will be holiday music concerts, movies in the park, and performances from local entertainers.

On behalf of our Administration, we are happy to invite families, friends, and our island
community to our annual Holiday Light Festival,” said Governor Leon Guerrero. “In honor of
the enduring resilience and hope our people have shown, we’ve created a holiday display for everyone to enjoy.
This is a truly special time to spend with loved ones and make memories, and there’s no better backdrop than the heart of our island dressed in all the jolly furnishings that inspire joy,” said Lt. Governor Tenorio. “We also hope people come out to support the children’s choirs, cultural dance groups, and entertainment companies that use their talents to uplift this season of giving.

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