North Pole Festival Comes to Utah #Giveaway

The North Pole Festival will be returning to America First Field in Sandy, Utah this holiday season! Explore the North Pole with millions of lights, larger-than-life decor, gigantic Christmas trees that come to life with your favorite Christmas music, walk-thru light tunnels, and much more in a truly immersive experience for all ages!

Visit the Christmas market for sweets & treats, letters to Santa, ornament decoration, snow-globe golf, and more! The North Pole Festival will be a magical experience you won’t forget!


Stadium Light Show

Christmas Tree Light Walk

Reindeer Games

Drop Light Forest

“Caroloke” Sing-a-long

Santa Shootout

Snowball Arena

Christmas Craft station

Letters to Santa

Ornament Decorating

Christmas Market Access

Parking fees

This North Pole Festival opens Friday, November 25th and is open daily 5pm-9pm through January 1, 2023. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to explore this magical play land with your family! You can purchase your own tickets now by visiting them online! Be sure to use code AVENGER15 for an extra 15% off your purchase!

One very lucky The Mommy Avenger reader will be the recipient of a family pack (good for 2 adults and up to 6 kids) to visit The North Pole Festival for themselves this holiday season! To enter, follow The North Pole Festival on Instagram and The Mommy Avenger on Instagram. Share on your story for 5 extra entries and tag your friends for an extra entry for each one. Be sure to email me at to let me know you’ve liked both sites and have entered. A winner will be picked at random from qualified entries on or about November 26th, 2022, at which time this giveaway will be closed. Good luck and tell your friends!

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