The Tijuana Tourism and Conventions Committee (Cotuco) returned the "Christmas Dreams Experience", at the facilities of the St. Andrew School, in the America neighborhood, where visitors can take photos in more than 14 settings alluding to the December season.
In a press conference, Juan Coronado Ruiz, director of the Cotuco, highlighted the effort made by St. Andrews School to carry out this experience, for the second time, since it is a great attraction for Tijuana.
"It is a space to which we invite visitors from both sides of the border, since it promotes a healthy, family coexistence, where they will surely fill us with surprises this year, for which we congratulate them on their initiative," he said.
In this regard, Rocío Herrera, Director of St. Andrew School, indicated that this project arose as a dream, during the pandemic, which became a reality so that Tijuana residents and visitors from all latitudes could come to take photos and videos on the occasion of Christmas.
“They are family moments where we seek to offer them a magical night, that they have something here in Tijuana where they can take a tour of more than 14 stages and feel the magic of Christmas,” she noted.
For this 2022 the "Christmas Dreams Experience" returns with a larger and totally innovative Christmas tree, the board of directors pointed out, since it will have a 180° terrace and, in the same way, there will be new settings perfect for photos on social networks.
For his part, Dino Filisola, Director of Marketing, commented that there will be a new magical moment when the lights come on at each function where there will be no shortage of the large cozy space of Santa Claus's house, only that in this edition someone will arrive who does not wish for Christmas:! The Grinch!.
"There are more than 14 tons of equipment, 150 people involved and 125,000 lights illuminating this great Christmas dream that, today, we are the only immersive Christmas event, since we will have technology never seen in an event in Baja California," he said.
Likewise, the Marketing director stressed that they are a totally responsible event with the Tijuana community and for this reason they will be supporting non-profit organizations, they already have some selected but they can integrate more, for which he asked to contact the institution .
Finally, both organizers extended the invitation to be part of this experience from November 25 to December 30 at St. Andrew School, located at Gobernador Ibarra #9730, col. América (next to the Palacio Azteca hotel).
The functions will be from Monday to Sunday at the following times: 17:00, 18:00, 19:00 and 20:00 hrs. Tickets can be purchased at www.boletomex.com, Farmacias Roma and St. Andrew School, at a cost of 230 pesos per person. There will be 2x1 promotions and discounts for frequent visitors.