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Karaoke Christmas Lights trolleybus tour offers an unusual way to see Vancouver

DH Vancouver Staff Dec 05, 2017 7:50 am

Looking for something more unusual to do this festive season? How about Christmas carol karaoke on a Vancouver trolleybus, as you marvel at the city’s festive lights?

Throughout December, the Vancouver Trolley Company is running its Karaoke Christmas Lights tour, showcasing the city in a unique way.

Guests will get to visit the Bright Nights Christmas light display at Stanley Park, as well as the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Gardens.

Other lights to see include the English Bay Christmas Tree, Hycroft Manor, Canuck Place, and of course St. Paul’s Hospital Lights of Hope.

Plus – deck the halls, shake your jingle bells, and get your good king Wenceslas ready – there will be Christmas carol karaoke on the trolleybus all night long!

If that sounds like your perfect night out, note that all tickets include express entry to Festival of Lights and a donation to the BC Professional Firefighter’s Burn Fund.

Karaoke Christmas Lights 2017

When: Until Friday, December 29

Time: Check in at 6 pm, tour runs from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Where: Check in at the Welcome Centre in Canada Place – 999 Canada Pl, Vancouver

Tickets: Online, $45 for anyone over 13 years old, $30 for children aged between three and 12 years old.

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