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Night of a Million Lights Returns to Give Kids the World Village in November 2021

Give Kids the World has officially announced the return of their hit holiday event, Night of a Million Lights. The event will run on select nights from November 12, 2021 – January 2, 2022.

Give Kids the World, located in Kissimmee, FL, provides families with critically ill children an all-inclusive, week-long vacation. Everything from meals, to transportation, to theme park tickets are included during their stay at one of their villas.

It began last year while the village was closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the village is open and hosting Wish families, so there are a few operational changes.

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Image source: GKTW.org

Concept art for this year’s event shows an upgraded tunnel of lights. Last year, the village was decked out in over 3.2 million lights, donated by Walt Disney World Resort. This year’s event will feature “a spectacular dancing lights show; a tram tour with storytelling; a holiday marketplace; enhanced food & beverage and merchandise offerings; a dazzling tree trail; and more.” While last year was a self-guided walking tour, a portion of the event will only be accessible on the tram tour this year.

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Image source: GKTW.org

Also new this year are add-ons, including a VIP tour and VIP dessert parties. Tickets are on sale now at GKTW.org.

Click here to see photos and videos of our trip to Night of a Million lights in 2020.

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