If you are looking for an extremely special and unique event to knock down those winter blues, the Lititz Fire and Ice Festival might just do the trick. Everything begins on Friday night the 14th of February.

Live music will be available in the square, while the DiMartino Ice Company ice guys send chills down your spine as they carve sculptures in various location throughout the town. You will be able to find them on East Main Street as well as North and South Broad Street and Lititz Springs Park.

To heat up the night, Pyrotek Special Effects and Rhoads Energy will light up the night with a fire show at Lititz Springs Park. Rumor has it, they have a very special surprise in store for attendees this year.

Lititz Fire and Ice

When you get hungry, there will be plenty of options to fill you up. With twenty-five food trucks lining the streets. Additionally, the local shops and eateries will be open late. Be sure to try them all to support all of the local businesses.

Saturday morning the fun begins at 11am with live music until 4pm. The food trucks will be back open, the shops and eateries will be available all day. And all seventy-five ice sculptures will be on display throughout town.

Heat up your afternoon at the Lititz Lions annual Chili Cook-off. The Kid’s Carnival will be going on throughout the day. Or stroll on over to the Vendor Fair at Warwick High School.

2020 is the fifteenth year for Lititz Fire & Ice festival. The event brings in an estimated 40,000 people to town over the course of the weekend. Expect chilly evenings and afternoons in February, but venture to Lititz, Pennsylvania and enjoy a relaxing and fun weekend.

Plan Your Trip

For a complete schedule, map of attractions, and a list of food vendors and their locations, visit lititzfireandice.com.

Jason Krysinski is a lifelong resident of Pennsylvania. He’s been in hotel management for 18 years. He’s passionate about writing, food, history, and travel. Writing for Pinpoint unifies all of his passions. He’s always looking to discover new and off the beaten path locations throughout the state. If you have any suggestions, email him at jason@pinpointpennsylvania.com