The Lights Fest is an experience where thousands of friends and families gather to listen to live music, fill up on food trucks and light up life by sharing personal wishes, dreams and goals. At the perfect moment, everyone ignites their personalized sky lanterns with Tiki torches and lets them take flight. It creates a surreal ambiance, where time slows down and your single flame rises and joins with thousands of others to Light the Sky.
The lights fest is dedicated to leaving a positive impact on the environment and everyone who attends our event. This is an event that is for everyone but cultivates individual experiences. Whether you’re commemorating or celebrating, you’re creating a special memory that will last a lifetime.
MMJ Card holders make sure to stop by the only dispensary in Mesquite, Deep Roots Harvest and pick up amazing products to elevate your experience. (Note, Public consumption is prohibited. )
Adults (13+) $45 – $55
Children (4-12) $8
When & Where:
February 25, 2017
Mesquite Motorsports Park
970 Peppermill Palms Blvd
Littlefield, AZ 86432
Event Day Info
2:00 pm Gates Open for check in.
At this time there will be music, food trucks, vendors, and our “The Lights” merchandise store will be opened.
4:30 pm gates will close for check in.
Music and performances will occur after 4:30. There will be a sparkler dance and fun activities until the fire team approves to launch the lanterns. Lanterns will not be launched until the crowd is directed by the MC. If lanterns are launched before fire team approval you will be asked to leave the premises.
Our lantern launch will take place at nightfall and is 100% dependent on the wind and the fire marshal’s approval.
Things To Remember
- Bring chairs, and blankets as there will be some sitting while listening to the music provided.
- Please note that we do not allow outside food or drink at The Lights fest. Don’t worry though, we make sure our events are packed with a variety of food trucks.
- Please bring warm clothing. We will sell merchandise that includes blankets and sweatshirts, but encourage you to bring warm clothing we know it will get colder and the night goes on.