The Dancing Lights of Christmas kicked off its 11th consecutive season in Middle Tennessee, on Friday, November 13th, 2020. To show their appreciation for the tremendous challenges that our military, police officers, firefighters, and healthcare workers have faced in this unprecedented year, The Dancing Lights of Christmas is expanding its annual “Military & First Responders Appreciation Week” to also include ALL healthcare workers! From Friday, November 13th through Tuesday, November 17th, all military, police, firefighters and healthcare workers will receive free admission to The Dancing Lights of Christmas for their entire carload, with proper ID (one vehicle admission per ID).missing or outdated ad config
The Dancing Lights of Christmas is once again partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank to help feed those in need this holiday season. Guests who bring at least three cans of non-perishable food on Mondays and Tuesdays, from November 16th, 2020 through December 8th, 2020, will receive $5 off admission.
Families need not worry about social distancing, as you will take in the sights and sounds of The Dancing Lights of Christmas without ever leaving the safety and comfort of your own vehicle. For a completely contactless experience, tickets can be purchased in advance at TheDancingLightsofChristmas.com.
Located at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center, home of the Wilson County Fair, The Dancing Lights of Christmas is one of the nation’s largest and longest running drive through Christmas lights and music shows. The show consists of over 2-million LED Christmas lights, displayed over a 2.5-mile route, synchronized to rockin’ Christmas music playing through your vehicle’s stereo.