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*Sponsored Content: I was provided a complimentary ticket for the purpose of this review, however, all opinions are my own.
In its sixth year of spreading holiday cheer, Christmas Spirit Light Show proves that twinkling lights and festive tunes can be a powerful force for good. This family-run business has become a local tradition, transforming a simple drive into a mesmerizing journey through a kaleidoscope of hundreds of thousands of color-changing lights, perfectly synchronized to the beats on your car radio.
What sets Christmas Spirit Light Show apart isn’t just the breathtaking display – it’s their heartwarming commitment to the community. Annually, they join hands with local charities, and this year, their generosity shines on Water Street Mission. The collaboration with this organization, dedicated to aiding the homeless and those in poverty, adds a meaningful layer to the enchanting display.
As you navigate through the radiant wonderland, your contribution supports a greater cause, making the experience twinkly a little brighter. Beyond the drive-through extravaganza, Christmas Spirit Light Show extends the festivities inside Clipper Magazine Stadium with Christmas Tree Lane. Here you’ll find Santa spreading Christmas cheer every night, 100 freshly cut and beautifully decorated trees, and a delightful surprise – live reindeer making Thursdays extra magical.
The ticketing options cater to all, with a reasonable $25 per vehicle for up to 8 passengers, $35 for larger groups of 9 or more, and an enticing $75 for unlimited season visits. While in the car line, just before entering the light display, there are also snack and drink options available to purchase, as well. Tickets can be purchased online before you go to save time, or at the entrance gate when you arrive.
In a world that often moves too fast, Christmas Spirit Light Show provides a haven of joy, warmth, and goodwill. So gather your loved ones, load up the car, and let the dazzling lights and festive tunes guide you through a magical experience that not only ignites the Christmas spirit but also lights up the lives of those in need. It’s more than a light show; it’s a radiant celebration of community and compassion.
December 3, 2023