The Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train will be making a welcomed stop in Hamilton once again.
Decorated in striking coloured Christmas lights, the annual CP Holiday Train makes its way across the continent through Canada and the USA, bringing with it a family-friendly holiday concert by a fantastic Canadian artist.
Rolling into Hamilton for the first time in three years, the CP Holiday Train will be landing at the south side of Gage Park along Lawrence Road on Tuesday, November 29th at 7:45 pm.
The #CPHolidayTrain is back this year at Gage Park on November 29. Bring your whole family to this FREE event to see the 1000 ft long train with 14 brightly decorated rail cars. Non-perishable food and cash donations for @HFShare will be accepted. https://t.co/3DjfEOSWIg #HamOnt pic.twitter.com/ZIrKbRvYF8
— City of Hamilton (@cityofhamilton) November 14, 2022
Canadian country music stars Lindsay Ell and JoJo Mason will be aboard the train this year, playing a live show that begins at 8 pm to help get Hamilton into the holiday spirit.
As usual, the event is free to attend, but locals are encouraged to bring along donations of cash or non-perishable food goods to benefit Hamilton Food Share: an organization that helps locals experiencing food insecurity.
This annual tradition is the perfect way to welcome in the holiday season, so pop by Gage Park to welcome the arrival of the CP Holiday Train on November 29th at 7:45 pm!
See more on the city website.
Lead image courtesy of Canadian Pacific