A Note from Ron
This is my prize show. I personally handle every important aspect of this show and operate with a spirit of excellence. If you are an exhibitor and considering Christmas City, let me tell you a few reasons you should do this show. I limit the amount of exhibitors as well as limit the amount of items in each category. My goal is to ensure your visit is a special one and you have an opportunity to make a great return on your investment.
Christmas City began in 1983 as an outdoor show under the Rice Pavilion in Gulfport with a little more than 35 booths. It quickly outgrew its home, and is now located in the state of the art Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center in Biloxi, Mississippi. Ron produced Christmas City in New Orleans Superdome, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola Florida. But it was Biloxi that drew the large crowds, so in 1997 all Ron’s energy goes into this once a year spectacular event!
The secret to the success of Christmas City is the variety of gifts. From handcrafted to the most unusual and unique gifts anywhere. You'll marvel at aisle after aisle of gift ideas, home decor, jewelry and accessories, scrapbook supplies, handmade heirlooms, fashions for children and adults, framed art, fragrances and so much more!,
A Magical Atmosphere that is about Creating Memories!
Christmas City provides customers with an experience that has them coming back each year. Christmas City is full of fun, excitement, great music, food and an incredible Santa’s Village with non-stop activities for children. My belief is if we can provide an experience that makes the customers relive the memories from their childhood at Christmas time, then we have achieved our goal!
Now THREE DAYS!
We have heard for several years to please expand to 3 days so this year the show is 3 spectacular days with special promotions and attractions planned to bring even more customers.
Selected as Top 20 Tourism Event in the Southeast!
Because of Christmas City’s uniqueness and estimated half-million dollar economic impact to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, in 2004, 2010, 2012 and again in 2015. This event is for YOU!