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One-Of-A-Kind Illuminated Walking Trail at Quinta Mazatlán

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Experience the magic of this one-of-a-kind illuminated walking trail at Quinta Mazatlán on Dec. 16, 17, 18, 19. Authentic tipis have been installed by the Lipan Apache Band of Texas in honor of their family’s heritage in Texas and Mexico. Tipi night lights originally came from a wood fire inside or outside, depending on weather conditions.
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The trails of Quinta Mazatlán in McAllen will be lined with thousands of candle luminarias to celebrate the winter holidays around the world.  Presented by SpawGlass, ILLUMINA Fest 2020 takes place on December 16, 17, 18, 19 from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm. Tickets go fast and can only be purchased online at www.ticketleap.com, search for Quinta Mazatlán.

ILLUMINA Fest 2020 will feature over 30 Art Installations sharing the light of the world with you and your family.  The outdoor exhibits celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Chinese New Year, A Native American Tipi Village, The Wild West, Nature’s Natural Sculptures, Winter Solstice and Wildlife.  There will be holiday music and entertainment along the illuminated trail.

“Illumina Fest is a great way to unite our community and celebrate family, health and conservation,” says Colleen Hook Director of Quinta Mazatlán. “The City of McAllen is most grateful to SpawGlass for powering this event, along with the amazing support from Megamorphosis Architects & Interior Design, Renoworks, Zerimar Lighting Solutions, Staggs Welding, South Texas Pen Works, Charming Picnics, Douglas Clark, Jaime Villarreal, Bear Clan, Tenzo and many volunteers.  

Bring your family to this premier winter event along a half-mile trail at Quinta Mazatlán, designed to be touch-free.  Wear comfortable shoes as the approximately 45-minute experience takes place on a crushed gravel trail through the woods.  Guests are asked to keep in small groups, wear masks and practice social distancing.   Upon completion of the trail, families will leave the park in order to allow for the next group of visitors.  Tickets must be purchased in advance online at Ticketleap, $5 per person with 2 years and under free.  For more information, please call Quinta Mazatlán at 956-681-3370 and follow us on social media.

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