Christmas on the River is seven days in length yearly Christmas celebration held in Demopolis, Alabama. It includes seven days of occasions that come full circle with an evening time march of pontoons lit with Christmas-themed enrichments on the Tombigbee River at Demopolis. Participation at the Marengo County celebration midpoints around 40,000 individuals. Christmas on the River started in 1972 as a night march of enriched and lit buoys on riverboats along the waterway at White Bluff. This was trailed by a firecrackers appear. These headliners have proceeded and the celebration has been extended throughout the years to now incorporate a few capacities in the week before the nautical procession.
Christmas on the River starts with an early showing by the Canebrake Players, a neighborhood dramatic gathering. Different occasions amid the week incorporate a perusing of The Christmas Story in the Demopolis Town Square, the Alabama Barbecue Championship, the delegated of Saint Nicholas which recognizes the network individuals for their work in helping kids, the "Lighting of the Tree" festivity, candlelight house visits, a network wide community gathering, a show by the Alabama Boychoir, the Children's Day Christmas Parade, and the Jingle Bell Run. You can come here and enjoy this events.