Christmas in Kokomo

There’s so much to see and do between now and Dec. 25, we aren’t sure you’ll be able to squeeze it all in. But we know you’ll love trying!

That’s because Kokomo does Christmas in a spectacular fashion. We take the words “’Tis the Season” seriously.

Christmas in Kokomo is the best time of the year and we want to help you enjoy every minute of it.


We Care Park

Though it hasn’t been proven, we think it’s entirely possible that you can see We Care Park from outer space. Yes, it’s that bright. It is more than 1 million lights, after all. Read more.

“City of Lights”

A Kokomo fan favorite, “City of Lights” will light up Highland Park starting Nov. 26 and will stay aglow each evening  through Christmas Eve.  Read more.

We Care Trim-A-Tree Festival

When the Markland Mall lights up for We Care Trim-A-Tree Festival, it’s a sure sign that fall is over and Christmas will soon be upon us! And Markland Mall is now glowing with thousands and thousands of twinkle lights as Christmas trees and wreaths line the halls. Read more.

Christmas at the Seiberling

There isn’t a more elegant place to celebrate the season than Seiberling Mansion, and its holiday celebration begins on Nov. 26. The Victorian elegance of the Seiberling Mansion is a perfect setting for a stunning collection of holiday trees, wreaths and garlands, and more. Read more.

Sounds of Christmas by KSO

Kokomo Symphony Orchestra will present string orchestra arrangements of the Christmas music you love from holiday and seasonal movies and TV specials, including “White Christmas,” “Winter Wonderland,” “Charlie Brown Christmas” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” Read more.

Santa comes to town — a lot

Santa clearly loves Kokomo. He’ll be here several times before Christmas to make sure he sees each and every child. Find out where he’ll make just a few of his stops here.  Read more.

Hometown Holiday in downtown Kokomo

Though it’s already great monthly event, First Friday in downtown Kokomo is even a little more special in December. Why? Because Santa Claus is comin’ to downtown! December’s First Friday will celebrate the holiday season with a magical evening filled with a lighting ceremony, caroling and a holiday parade to meet up with Santa. Read more.

Free evenings at the Seiberling

Businesses throughout the community are making sure everyone has a chance to enjoy the remarkable beauty of the Seiberling Mansion during the Christmas season. Their generous donations will allow six free evenings at the Seiberling. Read more.