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Posted on: July 21, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Get Your Tickets Now for National Night Out


Chief Terrence Green would like to invite our Town of Lexington neighbors to National Night Out on Tuesday, August 2, 2022, for an evening of fun, food, and fellowship at the Icehouse Amphitheater and Pavilion.


National Night Out will begin at 5:30 p.m. and continue until 8:30 p.m. and this is an opportunity to connect with your local law enforcement, first responders, talk about crime prevention, as well as have a great time with your family and friends during this free event.


The planned entertainment for the evening includes Go Go Laser Tag, Emerald’s Artistry Entertainment face painting, Looney Balloony, inflatables, a photo booth by Big Time Entertainment and Serve & Connect, and Call My DJ with the music.


This year’s event has more food choices than ever before with Rootin Tuten BBQ grilling hotdogs from Ole Timey Meat Market, SERVPRO serving drinks, Boil the Bag Peanuts, Salsarita’s, Aspire Bakeries, Flower Foods, Krispy Kreme, RF’s Corner Grill, Bubba’s Biscuits, Tropical Grille, LICK Ice Cream, Flight Deck, Blue Bell Creamery, and Mingos Cookies.


Lastly, the support from these businesses and organizations with donations to the LPD Foundation has made this event possible and we are thankful for Serve & Connect, South Carolina State Credit Union, Molina Healthcare, SERVPRO, Kehoe Constructors, CPI Security, Sign Gypsies, AT&T First Net, Cumulus Radio B106.7, Code Ninjas, ECPI University, Family Orthodontics, Wild Smiles, Max Living, Healthy Blue, Columbia International University, and Flock Safety. 


This is a free but ticketed event through Eventbrite and there are 2,000 tickets available. Please beware of tickets that are offered for sale on a third-party website as they are likely a scam.  


Please find parking in public parking lots near the event as those who park in private business parking lots take the risk of being towed from the property at the owner’s expense.  


Follow the Lexington Police Department’s National Night Out event page for the latest updates and announcements.

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