Knott’s Berry Farm Announces Nightly Light Ceremony with Redesigned K-Tower Centerpiece During 100th Anniversary Celebration

Knott’s Berry Farm has announced that as part of the park’s 100th Anniversary Celebration, they will hold a nightly light ceremony where multiple attractions glow along with the redesigned K-Tower.

What’s Happening:

  • Knott’s Berry Farm reopens on May 21st and has big plans for the park’s 100th Anniversary Celebration.
  • Walter and Cordelia Knott first leased their farmland that grew into today's theme park in December of 1920, although the chicken dinner that started it all wasn’t served until 1934.
  • With growing crowds waiting to dine at the restaurant, still in operation as Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner Restaurant, Walter began erecting his Ghost Town to give guests something to do while they waited in 1940.
  • The illuminated “K” first appeared in 1974 atop Sky Cabin, which offers a slow moving 360-degree view of Orange County.
  • Originally a neon sign, it was replaced in 2020 with an LED sign for the 100th anniversary of the farm.
  • Announced today, the new light feature will be part of a bigger light show that guests can enjoy nightly during Knott’s 100th Anniversary: A Knott’s Family Reunion, which is scheduled to run through September 6th.
(Knott's Berry Farm)

(Knott's Berry Farm)