Follow Scout Elf Tiny Tinkerman and Take Metrolink to the Pomona Fairplex Event from November 5 – January 2
Scout Elf Tiny Tinkerman the professional elf is coming to SoCal this holiday season (via Metrolink’s Pomona – North station!). To get into the Christmas spirit, check out Elf on the Shelf’s Magical Holiday Journey – an outdoor, immersive all ages theatrical experience where guests are part of an original, heartwarming story.
Participants will magically be shrinking down to elf size and walking through larger-than-life scenic worlds, as the immersive event takes everyone on a fun expedition to help the Scout Elves gather enough Christmas Spirit to help repair Santa’s sleigh in order to save Christmas.
“A lot of thought and behind-the-scenes magic goes into creating this experience,” says Thao Nguyen, Co-Head of Constellation Immersive, the production company behind the experience. “Our team is a curated group of collaborators committed to creating and innovating new forms of live storytelling experiences that inspire and transform.”
The experience lasts approximately one hour, in which visitors will explore via foot and trolley through an outdoor enchanted elf-sized world with spirited holiday surprises around every turn.
There are larger-than-life scenic and light installations and unforgettable yuletide entertainment that accompany thousands of lights. There’s also an outdoor ice-skating rink, a Christmas Village for shopping, safe walking paths to explore (no cars!), a plethora of holiday-themed treats, and of course a visit from Santa Clause.
The event will be at the Fairplex in Pomona through Jan. 2. Last year the event sold out, so be sure to grab tickets on the Elf on the Shelf’s Magical Holiday Journey website. Adults (ages 13-plus) tickets are $24.95, and for children ages 3-12 are $19.95. Visitors can also bring a toy that will be donated to Toys for Tots, to build up some extra Christmas Spirit!
“My favorite part of working on this project is to see and feel the joy our experience delivers for our guests,” says Nguyen. “The most fun part of this experience is getting to bring ideas and stories to life in new ways.”