Musician and star of stage and screen, Martin Kemp, will be the star guest at this year’s Springfields Illuminations event, taking place on Thursday October 24 during the half term holiday.
The evening will be hosted by John Marshall and Joseph Begley from Lincs FM with live entertainment from St. Paul’s Community Primary School Choir and Holbeach Town Band.
It’s free admission and the festive fun starts at 6pm, with all stores, restaurants and cafes open to 9pm so you can bag a bargain and kick start your Christmas shopping.
The Illuminations Switch-On event will signal the start of Springfields Outlet’s winter season of festivities. This includes a Winter Wonderland Walk through Festival Gardens that will be transformed into a seasonal spectacle, decked with dazzling festive lights.
The following week on Thursday October 31, Springfields will host their annual Fireworks and Music extravaganza in Festival Gardens and this year for the first time ever with a Halloween twist.
The Fright Night Fireworks event will be an evening of spooky family entertainment, including a special ‘Scream Factor’ show and a fancy dress competition for everyone, hosted by Dermot O’Scary.
The winner of the adult fancy-dress competition will receive a £500 Springfields Gift Card and the best kids’ fancy-dress will win a Nintendo Switch.
Gates open at 6pm with fireworks at 8pm. All stores will be open until 9pm. Discounted early bird tickets are on sale now on the Springfields Outlet website. But be quick as there is a limited amount of tickets for sale.
Christmas late night shopping begins on Monday November 18 with all stores open every weeknight to 9pm up until Monday December 23.
Simon Stone, Retail Director of Springfields Outlet, said: “It is fantastic that Martin Kemp will be coming to Springfields Outlet to launch our winter festivities.
“We are expecting Christmas 2019 at Springfields to be bigger than ever. We have recently introduced Crew Clothing Company and Starlings Toy Outlet that has a huge range of Lego which is proving already to be very popular.”