It borrows from the idea of commemorating Mary and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem from Spanish and Mexican traditions and makes it special to Brigg.
The journey will start with a procession at the Brigg Christmas Fair tonight (Friday, 4th December) and ends on Christmas Eve in St John's Church when a Carol Service will take place that evening.
Figures of Mary and Joseph will be hosted at various resting places provided by the community and businesses.
Once the figures of Mary and Joseph move on to their next resting place, a figure of an Angel will be left in its place as a symbol of the visitation.
The Brigg Town Business Partnership would like to give special thanks to Andrew Ballard of Brigg Churches Together.
BTBP said: "Our programme could not be put on without the unstinting work of our enthusiastic and hardworking committee; it’s subscribing members.
"Please visit our website www.briggisbest.co.uk for further information about our Christmas campaign and late night shop opening on Thursday, 17th December or look out for local advertising."