This November and December, Ponce City Market’s holiday spectacular will return to the historic community destination for merry celebrations throughout the season. Free and open to the public, The Yard will transform into a winter wonderland complete with King of Pops’ Tree Elves Lot, visits with Santa, revelry from the Grinch, a menorah lighting celebration and more.
Featuring a lush, winding forest of trees for purchase beginning late November, The Yard’s winter wonderland welcomes guests to either choose a tree to take home or place an order for the King of Pops Tree Elves to deliver the green prize right to their doorstep. The Tree Elves will also pick up trees for easy recycling after the holidays!
Holiday cheer will be spread all around Ponce City Market, and festivities kick off on Friday, November 23, when The Yard becomes ground-zero for one of the biggest holiday brouhahas Atlanta has ever seen. It’s the Ultimate Showdown of Naughty vs. Nice, with the green, mean, anything but clean Grinch and his Punishing Posse in one corner and the man in the famous red suit with a sack of menace slung over his shoulder in the other! Come one, come all, and claim a ringside seat to witness up close a wrestling match for the ages. Mayhem at the Market is free to all and begins at 11am, but come early for face-painting, poster-making, temporary tattoos and more starting at 10:30am.
About Ponce City Market
Ponce City Market is a historic, mixed-use community hub featuring local and world-class food, retail, residential lofts, and office space. Developed by Atlanta-based real estate investment and management company Jamestown, Ponce City Market is a landmark for Atlanta’s skyline and an iconic destination for visitors and neighbors alike. The revitalized building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. With ample public green space and a pedestrian network directly linked to the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, the project combines 259 residential flats; 550,000 square feet of Class-A office space; 300,000 square feet of retail; and centers for learning. At its core is a buzzing indoor/outdoor Central Food Hall featuring restaurants and food stalls from James Beard Award-winning and -nominated chefs. Ponce City Market allocates 20% of its residential units as affordable housing, and for visitors arriving on two wheels, there are 500 bike parking spaces and a complimentary bike valet. A portion of the parking fee at Ponce City Market is donated to the Atlanta BeltLine. For more information, please visit www.poncecitymarket.com.