It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown FW


FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – This holiday season is anything but normal but one tradition continues. The lights are on in downtown Fort Wayne. The Downtown Improvement District is presenting brings you “Merry and Bright: A Season of Lights.”

Wednesday kicked off the holiday season. The switch was flipped on all of our favorite iconic hometown displays are turned on and ready for you to enjoy, including Santa and His Reindeer at PNC, Indiana Michigan Power’s Merry Christmas Wreath, and The Flagstar Trees over Calhoun Street and above the Rotunda of the Indiana Center building on Wayne Street. Lights will remain turned on through the end of the year.

This year, due to public safety concerns, no downtown public lighting events will take place on Wednesday, November 25th. The Downtown Improvement District is asking that if you come down to enjoy the lights that you practice current social distancing and mask protocols, in order to comply with state and local guidelines.

For a the complete map of lighting display locations or more information about the TV special Merry and Bright: A History of the Night of Lights, click here