WATERFRONT Winterland is returning to Swansea for the sixth consecutive time from the middle of next month.
It's now been confirmed that the attraction will bring festive cheer to the grounds of the National Waterfront Museum from November 18 to January 8.
The main Admiral ice-skating rink, a children's rink and Santa's Grotto will be among the fun.
A funfair and the Miles Hire Giant Wheel with spectacular views over Swansea Bay will also feature.
New for 2011 is the chance to ice-skate and enjoy the fun until 10pm on New Year's Eve - just two hours before millions join in celebrations to mark the arrival of 2012.
Cllr Graham Thomas, Swansea Council's Cabinet Member for Culture, Recreation and Tourism, said: "Waterfront Winterland has become a key part of Christmas in Swansea since its inception back in 2006.
"It's an event that generates fantastic festive atmosphere that's enjoyed by thousands of people of all ages.
"It's hard to believe the year has gone by so quickly and that we have just a few weeks left until the Christmas countdown begins here in Swansea."
Other Christmas events people can look forward to include the annual Christmas Parade and switching-on of the festive lights on November 20.
A Christmas Market will also be held in the city centre from November 25 to December 18 and daily entertainment will be arranged in Castle Square from November 19 to Christmas Eve.
Pantomime fans have the chance to catch Aladdin at Swansea's Grand Theatre from December 16 to January 15.
Have a look at www.swanseachristmas.com for more information.