31st Annual Festival of Lights



Besh Ba Gowah Archaeological Park and Museum

Invites you to the 31 st Annual Festival of Lights. This year’s festival will feature 2800 glowing luminaries atop ancient ruin walls lighting the way for visitors to celebrate the magic of the season. The festival will offer performances by the famed Yellow Bird Dance Group as well as other cultural entertainment.

Saturday, December 1 st , 5-9pm-Free Admission

Parking is limited-Free shuttle services are available.

(Shuttle parking located at the Historic Train Depot, 230 S. Broad St., Globe)

www.globeaz.gov/visitors/besh-ba-gowah

1324 S. Jesse Hayes Rd. Globe, AZ 85501 (928)425-0320

free

Date:

Dec 1, 2018

Location:

Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park
1324 S Jesse Hayes Rd
Globe, AZ 85501

Hours:

5-9 pm

Phone:

928-425-0320

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