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King of Prussia’s Annual Winterfest Adds After-Hours Fun

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Photo courtesy of King of Prussia Town Center

Winterfest returns to King of Prussia Town Center for a fifth year, and a newly added after-hours portion provides holiday fun for adults.

Drive through King of Prussia Town Center at any time of the day, and you’re sure to get a sense of just how popular the shopping, living and dining hub is. For the fifth year, the center will be celebrating the holiday season with its annual Winterfest celebration, and an exciting after-hours portion will make its debut this year.

Located just minutes from the esteemed King of Prussia Mall, the town center is a must-visit on Saturday, December 10 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for a day of family-friendly, free activities. Holiday characters will be onsite along with Santa and Mrs. Claus, creating the perfect opportunity for kids to share their wish lists and grab a photo with Saint Nick and his wife. Wander through the Candy Wonderland, complete with a winter-themed candy buffet, and check out the Kids’ Corner for an ornament workshop, face painting, caricature artists and more. Make sure you remember your gloves, hat and scarf as you peruse the outdoor fun.

Santa Claus at King of Prussia Town Center

“Since its inception, King of Prussia Town Center has been more than a shopping destination for the region,” says KOPTC spokesperson Allie Seifert. “It’s become a vibrant and active community hub and gathering point. Events like Winterfest contribute to this in a major way.”

Once the sun goes down, the fun ramps up with the newly created Winterfest After Dark, happening in the center from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Guests over the age of 21 are invited to enjoy seasonal sips with a holiday cocktail crawl, and a captivating performance from fire dancers will light up (and heat up) the night. The Tim Williams Band will be providing musical entertainment with renditions of the classic holiday beats.

“Don’t forget to come dressed in festive attire!” Seifert encourages. “Anything from Santa suits to ugly holiday sweaters, we welcome it all.”

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