Luna Park Frost Fest until January 7, 2024

December 26, 2023 Desiree Homer

Coney Island’s 1st Annual Frost Fest at Luna Park is happening until January 7th. This iconic Brooklyn spot might be best known for its summer fun, but it’s bringing the ultimate winter experience for the whole family to enjoy. From the holiday market to festive food options, to the skating rink, and so much more, it's going to be a family blast! There’s fun for everyone for the rest of the holiday season.

Be A Part of The First Year of Frost Fest

There’s no need to pack your bathing suits and beach bags because this warm weather destination is taking on the winter season like never before. 

Here’s everything to expect at Frost Fest at Luna Park:

  • Holiday Market: Here, you’ll find unique novelties, festive food options, and delicious bites. Check out their Frost Bites locations, Campfire Treats, Coney’s Cocoa Corner, Tinseltown Turkey & Chili, and Luna’s Apple Orchard.
  • Rudolph’s Rink: This brand-new rink is open-air and eco-friendly, bringing fun for your whole group.
  • Holiday Thrills: Coney Island is known for its thrilling rides, fun arcade games, and fun attractions, so it’s only fitting they have incorporated all those things into Frost Fest. Select rides are open, including the famous Cyclone!

Tickets range from $24.99 - $44.99.

Luna Park is officially located at 1000 Surf Ave, Brooklyn, NY.

There are still plenty of NYC events happening this holiday season. Check out Frost Fest at Luna Park in Coney Island for a whole new winter experience you won’t want to miss! And whenever you have NYC events to plan, trust the pros at EMRG Media to make them memorable!

Previous Article
Experience Disney On Ice Find Your Hero
Experience Disney On Ice Find Your Hero

The magic of Disney on Ice is coming to New York City with the “Find Your Hero” production that’s sure to d...

Next Article
Get Your Wish on the NYE Wishing Wall
Get Your Wish on the NYE Wishing Wall

Make your wish come true with New York City’s Wishing Wall and celebrate the coming of a new year.