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Three ‘Radiant’ Drive-Thru Lighting Spectacles Are Dazzling Texas For The Holidays

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Three ‘Radiant’ Drive-Thru Lighting Spectacles Are Dazzling Texas For The Holidays

“Just in the St. Nick’ of time.”

If, as a wise elf once said, “the best way to spread Christmas cheer is by singing loud for all to here,” the second best way is by displaying an insane amount of glittering Christmas lights. This year, three cities in the Lonestar State will be even brighter with the arrival of “Radiance! A Holiday Light Spectacular.”

From November 11 to January 3, Decatur, Frisco, and Weatherford will light up with Radiance! Created by the Peerless Production Group, Radiance! is a drive-thru experience that expands for over a mile, taking visitors around 20 to 30 minutes to complete. While cruising through animated RBG light tunnels and dazzling lighting fixtures on either side of the car, visitors tune in to their station to keep calm and carol on.

“Just in the ‘St. Nick’ of time — gather your family and friends to marvel at 2 million lights, animated to the tunes of your favorite holiday classics all from the safety and comfort of your car,” said Bryan Lank, PPG founder and CEO.

“It has been a challenging year, and we can all use a little Christmas magic to brighten our lives. We want to bring Christmas to North Texas early this year with not just one, but three drive-through, COVID-safe, family-friendly light show spectaculars.”

Visitors will also have the ability to purchase festive bites and libations without having to leave the vehicle.

Tickets cost $30 per car for general admission. VIP tickets are also available for $50 that grants access to a special fast-track VIP lane, hot chocolate to all in the car, and Magic Light Glasses for the kiddos. Tickets go on sale at noon today, October 22.

Busses, trailers, limousines, and RVs, are not permitted.

See also: Trail Of Lights Will Return This Holiday Season As A Drive-Thru Event

 

Tags: christmas, winter