1.5 million lights to dazzle at Denver drive-thru light shows

Photo Credit: Christmas in Color.

A favorite holiday spectacle is returning to the Mile High City and this holiday season, they’re adding a second location.

Dubbed “Christmas in Color,” each show will consist of a mile-long drive through synchronized lights and music with 1.5 million LEDs adding color to the display. Expect plenty of holiday tunes and decorations to match.

A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit Make-A-Wish Colorado, a non-profit that helps make dreams come true for children facing critical or life-altering illness.

One big perk of this style of light show is that spectators don’t have to brave the winter elements to enjoy the experience. Sit in the warmth of your car and tune in to the correct radio station at the volume of your choosing.

Colorado shows will run from November 22, 2019, to January 4, 2020, with all locations closed on Thanksgiving, November 28 and Christmas night, December 28. One light show will be found at Water World in Federal Heights. The second will be at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, Colorado.

Here’s a look at what the show is like.

Be sure to visit us at www.ChristmasInColor.net

I have been busy this year in 2016 and we have two lights shows in Utah. To learn more about the show and the locations, please go to our web site at www.ChristmasInColor.net

Thanks for all your support over the years! :)

Tickets are available online, costing $26 per car regardless of the number of passengers (keep the number of people in the vehicle legal).



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