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Dancing Lights of Christmas 2020-2021

Middle Tennessee’s only synchronized light and music show for the holiday mood

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Last updated: by Mariana Droniak
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Drive-thru light and music show is a great idea for a date night or a family evening. The Dancing Lights of Christmas show features a 2.5-mile (4 km) route with over two million lights composed into all shapes imaginable: tunnels, giant snowmen, candy canes, and Christmas trees.

Favorite holiday tunes are another important part of the show. They accompany the ride and are synchronized with the lights. This light-and-music mix creates a truly unforgettable holiday atmosphere.

The little ones can take a photo with Santa before he starts his deliveries around the world. Santas Village is located at the end of the route and operates till the 23rd of December. We regret to inform that due to the uncertainty of event restrictions in 2020, Santa has made the tough decision not to host Santa’s Village after the light show.

To catch this magic wonderland, visit the James E. Ward Agricultural Center about a half-hour drive from Nashville. The Dancing Lights of Christmas show is open nightly from 5 pm till 10 pm during the Christmas season from late November to early January. The entrance fee starts from 25$ for a family vehicle to 50$ for limousines or motor homes and commercial buses.

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