Winter On Broad Street: A Holiday Light Spectacular! Coming to Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia November 27th – January 3rd {& a Giveaway}

This post and giveaway is sponsored by Wells Fargo Center. All opinions are my own.

Photo Courtesy of Comcast Spectacor

The holidays may feel a little different this year.  The festivities may be fewer and the gatherings more quaint but one thing is for sure – NOTHING should be able to take away our holiday spirit! That being said, I am so excited to share any and all of the social distant friendly holiday fun options we can find. Lucky for you, Wells Fargo Center is hosting an amazing holiday light experience that is sure to warm your heart and get you into the spirit of the season! The 160,000-plus square foot outdoor holiday light experience, expected to feature 193 glowing sculptures and displays powered by more than a half-million light bulbs, is one you are not going to want to miss!

Beginning November 27th, a brand-new, dazzling outdoor holiday light attraction is coming to Wells Fargo Center in the arena’s expansive, open-air lots. “Winter on Broad Street: A Holiday Light Spectacular! presented by Dietz & Watson” will bring the magic of the holiday season to Philadelphia through an immersive, one-of-a-kind event where guests can stroll through a winter wonderland of lights, shopping, and dining. Winter on Broad Street will run from Black Friday through January 3, 2021. It looks to be a perfect family outing that is sure to appeal to young and old alike!

Visitors can expect to see a wide range of whimsical light installations, including a 25-foot reindeer, a 12-foot snowflake, a 20-foot ornament, a 15-foot teddy bear, and twin dazzling diamond sculptures, nestled along a luminous, wooded glen comprised of more than 45 uniquely-designed lit trees.

Photo Courtesy of Comcast Spectacor

Conveniently-located in South Philadelphia, the vast footprint of Winter on Broad Street allows for a safe and socially-distant seasonal experience as patrons stroll among the massive light sculptures in this twinkling metropolitan escape. In accordance with city guidelines, guests attending the holiday experience will be capped at a set number and required to wear a mask at all times, except while seated in designated food and beverage areas. Social distancing practices will also be facilitated through timed tickets and entry.

In addition to the lights, this wintry landscape will offer a bevy of concession options where patrons can satisfy their seasonal cravings with holiday-themed treats like warm, freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies at Broad Street Lodge. Patrons looking for a little something extra to warm themselves up can visit Winter on Broad Street’s Holiday Spirits stand, which will offer spiked ciders and cocoas, mulled wines, and a bonus menu of festively-inspired craft cocktails like the Gingerbread Gin Spin and Peanut Butter Melt.

Guests at Winter on Broad Street will also be able to enjoy Mistletoe Marketplace, a vast artisan village where patrons can complete their holiday shopping list at a variety of vendor kiosks offering festive goods and unique holiday gifts such as hand-crafted ornaments, custom artwork, wintertime clothing and decor. Local businesses interested in exhibiting in Mistletoe Marketplace can request more information at

For those looking for a safe way to socialize, Winter on Broad Street will offer a number of unique and interactive experiences for all ages, including a Letters to Santa crafting station and mailbox, and a holiday photo station featuring Philadelphia’s favorite mascot, Gritty, decked to the nines in his finest ‘Gritty Claus’ regalia — just in time for your family holiday photo!

Photo Courtesy of Comcast Spectacor

Tickets are extremely limited and start at $20 for adults and $15 for children under 13. Admission is free for children five and under. All ticket buyers will be required to select a designated arrival window when purchasing. Capacities are limited and sellouts are anticipated – patrons are encouraged to book their timed tickets early. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased at

Winter on Broad Street is open 5-10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5-11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Ample parking is available for FREE in the Wells Fargo Center parking lots.  More information regarding Winter on Broad Street can be found here.

So, who is ready for some holiday cheer?

Thanks to the generous folks over at Wells Fargo Center, they would like to share the magic of the season by offering 4 passes to Winter on Broad Street on Monday December 21, 2020 at 5 PM to one very lucky Delco Deal Diva reader.  To enter, simply enter via the easy Rafflecopter below.  Winner will be chosen on December 6, 2020.  Good Luck!

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  1. Mindy DeLisi says:

    My family looks forward to visting if we can! It’s hard now, to get out of the house to do anything, this would be really lovely to see everything they have to offer and enjoy family time out!

  2. Would love to win. have not done anything with my daughter and granddaughter since late March 2020. Need a break and FUN…please!

  3. Cate Whoruskey

    I can’t wait! 🎄

  4. Love xmas lights, my family would enjoy this

  5. Anna bucci says:

    Looks so beautiful since we cant really do anything festive things this looks so pretty and fantastic. Wow me and my grandkids would love this.

  6. While this certainly has been a challenging year it’s so important to find ways to continue live! The holiday light spectacular would be a fantastic way to continue to live. Growing up one of my favorite things to do was viewing Christmas lights what a great way to bring back a fantastic tradition.

  7. Michelle Howe says:

    Thanks! Their looks amazing!

  8. Jennifer E Wean says:

    I am so excited about this. I never went to the one on Broad street but last year we went to one of those side streets that decorates and its so pretty. Thanks for offering this. I hope we wi, the 4 of us will love it!

  9. Donna Moynihan says:

    We are all needing some holiday cheer! Hope to get everyone together for a fun night out

  10. Thanks for the info!

  11. Alison R

    We are looking forward to visiting winter on broad street because it gives our 4 kids a chance to still experience Christmas cheer during such a difficult time !

  12. Alison R

    My favorite holiday tradition is Christmas Eve. We celebrate Christmas Eve at my dada’s house, great food and drinks. Exchange gifts. Wear matching pajamas and embrace the anticipation about Santa and check him on the radar for all the kids! the anticipation of Santa coming is something so magical , there’s nothing that can top that!

  13. Alison R

    To keep the spirit of the holidays alive and well we will be with our immediate family. We are limiting large groups and keeping safe distances. We always send Christmas cards to our friends and family and will be FaceTiming with those we can’t be with.

  14. What an awesome event! My daughters would LOVE this!

  15. Our favorite holiday traditions are cutting down our Christmas tree and our book advent calendar, so hopefully those traditions won’t have to change. It would be nice to find some cheer with the lights!

  16. Jessica Gregg says:

    This looks amazing! My kids are really starting to understand Christmas, and seeing them look at the lights is the best!!

  17. Jessica Gregg says:

    To keep the spirit of Christmas alive we plan to hit as many light displays as possible the year!

  18. This event looks amazing and I’d love to take my family! What a wonderful memory the create!

  19. This looks like so much fun, with so much cancelled this year, it’s nice to have something new to look forward to.

  20. Gina Pastella says:

    Would be a beautiful outdoor fun activity to enjoy with the family

  21. Gina Pastella says:

    Our favorite holiday tradition is going with family to see a light display or show. Looking forward to a new experience in Winter on Broad

  22. Gina Pastella says:

    We will be doing as many outdoor activities and events as we can to keep the spirit of Christmas alive!

  23. Kristen Garvey

    We are excited to go because all 5 people in our house have tested positive and are almost done our quarantine! We would love to get out of the house once we’re better and get some Christmas spirit!

  24. Looks so cozy and the lights look amazing. I would love to visit a fun light display with my kids.

  25. I have many favorite holiday traditions but one is all of my siblings and our families get together on Christmas Eve and have so much fun! Sadly, I don’t think we will be able to do it this year because of Covid!

  26. Really need something like this to motivate me.

  27. LeeAnn Sullivan says:

    Looking forward to seeing a new light display to get in the spirit of the holidays this year and make it last as long as possible with my family.

  28. My daughter is coming home from Spain. And, we haven’t seen here since LAST December! This would be such a wonderful thing to do together as a family.

  29. One of our favorite traditions is the bake cookies and deliver them to all of our neighbors.

  30. Keeping the holiday spirit alive is challenging this year. But, we will still make gingerbread houses, bake cookies, drink cocoa, and watch holiday firms together.

  31. Our favorite holiday tradition is decorating the tree and baking!
    We would love to see Winter on Broad, and with so many other things just not happening this year, it would brighten everyone’s day 🙂

  32. We will continue to do what we normally do, decorate, bake, wrap for family. Maybe some extra lights and decor!

  33. Larisha Bernard

    I want to show my girls all the lights!

  34. Patty Clemens says:

    This is an awesome opportunity!
    Thanks Delco Diva!

  35. I would look forward to being outside and doing something safe and festival the most at Winter on Broad Street. This lighting display looks incredible.

  36. My favorite holiday tradition (for any holiday) is making a fun and delicious festive meal!

  37. This holiday season we are planning a bunch of family Zooms. This way we can celebrate, be together (virtually) but remain safe.

  38. Lauren Green

    I would love to win this prize. I have never been to the City during Christmas. My family would love all of the lights.

  39. Lisa Calvello says:

    Looks like fun!

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