Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow (and then let’s shop!) at The Bellevue Collection’s Snowflake Lane
One of the most magical events of the season has become a tradition for locals and visitors alike! Its Snowflake Lane at the Bellevue Collection! This holiday celebration runs from now until December 24th nightly at 7pm on Bellevue Way right between Bellevue and Lincoln Squares!
What began as a small walk around drumming performance has turned into a highly anticipated event that families look forward to each and every holiday season!
The 20-minute nightly parade and performance is a complimentary celebration that will bring joy to kids from 1 to 92- featuring a complete drumming band, dancers, polar bears, penguins, reindeer and Kris Kringle himself! Pose for a picture, give a high five, and enjoy candy canes with the performers as they entertain and delight you and your family! The evening ends with perhaps the most magical part of all- snow flurrying down from the sky!
North Pole Nuggets (meaning insider tips):
- Get there EARLY! Have an early dinner at one of the may delicious dining establishments and then head out to save your spot. If you have lots of people with lots of different tastes you might want to check out the new food court in Lincoln Square II. It has a little something for everyone.
- Be forewarned, this is a crowded event. The most fun seats are right on the curb. You will want to be out there 45-minutes ahead of time.
- Waiting for the parade to start is nearly as much fun as the event itself! You can high-five toy soldiers on stilts, take a picture with the Snowflake princess, and pose with a polar bear!
- Visit here to see the parade route.
- Parking can be tight during this event. If you are showing up for the show alone, consider parking offsite.
- Shopping abounds right inside Bellevue Square and Lincoln Square.
- Bellevue Way closes during the parade each evening, so be aware of that when planning your evening.
- The performance is paid for by the owner of The Bellevue Collection,Kemper Freeman and his family, who put on the show each year just to bring delight to the community.