Yankees’ Winter Wonderland returns To freeze Bronx with festivities

Inna Zeyger
Friday December 15, 2023

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As the New York Yankees play host to the annual event on Friday, December 15th, starting at 3:30 p.m., the Great Hall of Yankee Stadium is poised to undergo a festive makeover, turning into a winter wonderland for the 14th consecutive year. The Bronx Bomber will once more collaborate with Walmart to supply toys for children.

Several thousand local youth will be treated to a holiday spectacle at the event, featuring holiday embellishments, lively music, refreshments, Santa Claus distributing gifts, and festive caroling performed by the Renaissance Youth Center Choir. Every child present will have the chance to select a special holiday gift.


Yankees go with Walmart for the sixth year

Marking the sixth consecutive year of collaboration, the Yankees have joined forces with Walmart for the Winter Wonderland event. Walmart, renowned as a global retailer committed to community excellence, continues its tradition of gifting a toy to each child, guaranteeing that every participant takes home cherished memories.

To bolster this initiative, the Bronx Bombers are pleased to announce their collaboration with American Foliage and Legends Hospitality, ensuring a memorable holiday experience for everyone present.

Journalists seeking to cover the Winter Wonderland affair are encouraged to request credentials through the Yankees Media Relations office. To do so, kindly submit your request via email to [email protected] before noon on Friday, December 15th.

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2 thoughts on “Yankees’ Winter Wonderland returns To freeze Bronx with festivities

  1. I lived iive in Yankee Stadium area have been going for last five years..However we would not have known if for seeing on a news channel….My grands are disappointed…What a shame 😔

  2. security should have a bull horn yelling IF the public don’t have tickets to get a gift you will NOT get a gift…

    I went with my two daughters age2 and age5 had to deal with a crying 5 year old. trying to make up for 6 gifts that was robbed from a pj Clark Christmas decoration event last week when Santa con was in town.


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