Making Spirits Bright

Celebrate The Season is an annual charitable holiday event, powered by Berkeley Electric Cooperative, organized by Santee Cooper, Old Santee Canal Park and the Town of Moncks Corner, that honors the communities of the Lowcountry and Santee Cooper Country with a month-long holiday celebration.

Enjoy the Holiday Lights Driving Tour with dozens of brilliantly lit displays and thousands of twinkling lights, supported by local businesses and organizations. Celebrate The Season's Holiday Lights Driving Tour is only $5 per vehicle. Proceeds benefit charities serving Berkeley County. Since 2011, Celebrate The Season has donated $956,536 to local charities. The Holiday Fairs take place at the Moncks Corner Regional Recreation Complex. The Holiday Fairs are a place where families and friends can share spirited fellowship this holiday season.

The holiday displays on the driving tour are powered with homegrown renewable energy from Santee Cooper's Green Power program, and we exclusively use energy efficient LEDs.

Join us as we share in the joys of the holidays and support our communities throughout the year. Volunteers are the soul of Celebrate The Season, and opportunities abound for you or your organization to help bring joy to your neighbors.

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Celebrate The Season is proudly powered by Santee Cooper Green Power, electricity we generate from renewable resources like wind, solar and landfill gas. Santee Cooper Green Power helps preserve the environment, reduces demand on our non-renewable natural resources and increases our energy independence.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I pack?

If you're visiting the Holiday Fair, events will be held throughout the Moncks Corner Regional Recreation Complex at 418 E. Main St. Dress appropriately for the weather and for some walking. We encourage you to bring a camera so you can preserve your memories amidst the enchanting lights. Remember your holiday shopping list, so you can cross off some items at the craft market, which features goods from local artisans. Bring your appetite, too, because local charities will be offering festive foods and beverages for sale. But most of all bring your holiday spirit! (Please leave reindeer and other pets at home.)

Are there public restrooms?

Restrooms are available only during the Holiday Fair and are located at the Moncks Corner Regional Recreation Complex.

Is there handicapped parking?

Handicapped parking is designated within the complimentary parking areas at the Regional Recreation Complex.

Is there emergency personnel on site?

Basic first aid is available at the Holiday Fairs. Call 911 if you experience a serious medical emergency.

Where can I purchase tickets in advance?

If you’d like to purchase your tickets early, pre-sales will begin on Nov. 16 at the following locations: