Celebrate the season at LSU Holiday Spectacular Tuesday, December 1, with festivities beginning at 5 p.m. in the LSU Student Union.
2014 Holiday Spectacular included:
Featuring performances from LSU students, faculty & community organizations.
LSU Christmas Tree Lighting
LSU Staff Senate’s Holiday on Campus
A holiday carnival for LSU students and the children of LSU students, faculty and staff.
Celebrate the origin and traditions of Kwanzaa.
LSU President’s Late Night Breakfast
A pre-finals tradition ensuring LSU students are properly fueled for final exams.
About Holiday Spectacular
LSU has been celebrating the holiday season since 1995. Formerly known as Candlelight Celebration, this event is now a collaborative initiative to promote all there is to do and see at LSU during the holiday season.
Holiday Performances and the LSU Christmas Tree Lighting are free and open to LSU students, faculty, staff, and the Baton Rouge community. Tickets are not required.
Holiday on Campus is open to LSU students and the children of LSU students, faculty, and staff. Tickets are not required, but everyone should bring a Tiger Card LSU ID to obtain food items.
The President’s Late Night Breakfast is free and open to LSU students. Students should bring a Tiger Card LSU ID.