Enchant Christmas kicks off the holiday season in St. Petersburg

The holiday season is kicking off at Tropicana Field as Enchant Christmas, an immersive holiday experience, transforms the home of the Tampa Bay Rays into a Winter Wonderland.

Enchant Christmas is touted as the world’s largest Christmas maze and its appearance in St. Petersburg is the first in the Southeast United States.

In addition to the maze and “The Great Search” to find Santa’s missing reindeer, the event also includes an ice skating trail, a marketplace with more than 40 local artisan vendors and live entertainment.

St. Petersburg’s Kahwa Coffee, the official coffee provider of the event, will be selling a Fa La La Latte, the event’s signature drink.

The drink is made up of Kahwa’s signature espresso poured over creamy white chocolate, followed by a swirl of peppermint mocha which is topped off with pearlized gold sugar crystals.

The drink will be available inside the Christmas Market at Enchant and at all 15 Kahwa Coffee locations throughout Tampa Bay area for a limited time only.

This year, St. Petersburg, Florida is just one of three cities to experience Enchant Christmas along with Seattle, Washington and Washington, D.C.

In addition to single tickets, there’s an enhanced VIP package, group packages and holiday party suite bookings available.

The event runs from Nov. 22 to Dec. 29. EnchantChristmas.com

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