The Aurora Winter Festival!
For weeks I kept seeing Instagram Ad’s for a Winter Festival. The video caught my attention & then I must have shared it with at least ten people that day.
After experiencing the festival, I have come to the conclusion that it is the most “worth it” event of the season!
It can be fun: rain or shine and a hit for all ages.
It is as if they have thought of everything logistics wise to make attending easy, enjoyable and stress-free.
From a marketing perspective:
I found every answer under the sun on their user friendly website. The festival has great branding, images, interactive platforms and magical attractions.
What to expect:
An easy process for ticket purchasing
Great customer services / guest services booth !
Many food truck options with rather quick line ups
Feeling like you are in a fairytale world
An interactive app !
Very clear signage & directions
Stories, crafts & character interaction/photo ops
Skating! Included with your entry (skate rentals available)
A market with a large variety of brands & shopping!
Follow - up email where you can leave a review of your experience
“Mystical worlds” - It’s as if every corner could be a different photo opportunity.
The lighting, displays & structures make the walk around the mystical worlds so magical! Since Kass & I are familiar with lighting rigs, and the production side of events: we found the Aurora technical displays to be very clean and well set up! We went on a weekday to avoid larger crowds, but the space itself makes it easy to not feel confined.
We we’re able to experience a lot of the magic within 1.5 hours. From dancing to tubing, you can expect to be entertained & to be immersed into the holiday spirit.
The food vendors were affordable & there were options for everyone. I recommend booking tickets online & checking the calendar. They are great at updating the dates where there are “limited tickets”.
Also, check out the group & family pricing. :)
Thank you so much Aurora Winter Festival for having us! - This is an ambassador collaboration post, but all opinions are my own.