Lab announces 2022 seasonal events and offers

Winter Wonderland

On Thursday, December 8th, Linden Lab announced the core Lab-supported / provided winter / Christmas seasonal events for 2022 in Second Life.

Winter Wonderland and Annual Snowball Fight

As usual, headlining the season is the re-opening of the Winter Wonderland regions. These bring with them the familiar Village of Lights, snowboarding, snowmobiling, ice-skating, snowy walks and more. Plus, as always the snowball fight arena, open for casual and group games – and, of course, the annual Lindens (and Moles vs. residents snowball fights.

The battles take place on Monday, December 19th, 202 from 10:00-11:00 SLT and 14:00-15:00 SLT. Spots are limited, so be sure to get there early to grab your free snow-launching weaponry from the vendors around the arena, and be sure to read and accept the local Experience.

Seasonal Gifts and Offers

This year, gifts are available through two options:

  • Limited Premium / Premium Plus subscribers seasonal gift  – a holiday light kit for your Linden Home available through the Premium Gift kiosks.
  • The December Premium / Premium Plus land offer in Second Life – no set-up fees on regions ordered during the month, as previously announced – read here for more.
  • A limited selection of seasonal Last Names.

Shop and Hop

The 2022 Holiday Shop & Hop this year with 320 participating Merchants across 16 shopping regions, bringing you loads of festive fun! Every store will have at least a 20% discount on all items and a free (non-group) gift for shoppers or a gift certificate valued at L$300 or above! Check the Shop & Hop blog post for more – including the event SLurls.

3 thoughts on “Lab announces 2022 seasonal events and offers

  1. So pretty much the same stuff as always, then: clone off the death march of more and more mall sims for merchants to fill and dust off the same Christmas builds and event they’ve been using for years. Do they think we don’t notice or do they just not care enough to do anything more interesting? Next stop: “Santa Patch and his Backing Band pose for photos” in five… four… three…


  2. In your first graph you say, “Christmas seasonal events for 2021 in Second Life,” and I think you meant to say “2022.” Otherwise, you’ve once again given me more seasons to chop out some blocks of time on my schedule to spend more time in SL, and that’s not a bad thing.


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