CHRISTMAS magic arrives tomorrow with the annual Light Up The Lane street event which is set to be a night to remember.
Hundreds of people will descend upon Pitshanger lane to watch the lights come on and enjoy music, fireworks, dance, entertainment, food and drink.
At the ceremonial count down the trees will be lit up with thousands of sparkling lights turned on by MP Steve Pound and Ealing Mayor, Councilor Ian Green.
The street will be closed to traffic from 5:30-8:30pm, with shops and stalls staying open late serving mulled wine and food.
Both adults and children can find fun at the event with two stages filled with dancers and live music, and a Santa's grotto and bouncy castle.
The festivities are free but programmes cost £1 with profits going to support local community projects and charities