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Santa's Enchanted Forest (At Tropical Park on Palmetto and Bird Road!) Kicks off Thursday with Jason Taylor

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Fact: It is not truly the Holidays in Miami until you hear the Santa's Enchanted Forest (at Tropical Park! on Palmetto! and Bird Road!) jingle. We may not have snow, and roasting chest nuts, and all the other trappings of a northern Christmas, but damn it we have this jingle (And lights! Food! Rides! And so much more!).

And the time is here, as Santa's Enchanted Forest opens Thursday with special guest Dolphin star Jason Taylor, who will be lighting the 92 foot tree. Taylor will be there to support his Jason Taylor Children's Learning Center.

It's two amazing Miami legends coming together. Hopefully he'll bust out his dance moves and do some choreography to the jingle. Please. Pretty please.

Problem is, we haven't heard the jingle on air yet. Please, someone tell us they're still using it.

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