The Dancing Light of Christmas is returning to Middle Tennessee for its 12th year running. Located at the Wilson County Fairgrounds, The Dancing Lights of Christmas is one of the nation’s largest and longest running drive-through Christmas light and music shows. This display consists of over two million LED Christmas lights, over a 2.5 mile route, all synchronized to Christmas music playing through your vehicle’s stereo. And we have passes to give away!
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 non-perishable food items on Mondays and Tuesdays, from November 15th, 2021 through December 7th, 2021 will receive $5 off their per-vehicle admission. [Not including Monday, Nov. 29 – see the dates on their website.]
Santa’s Village returns this season, bigger and better than before. Inside Santa’s Village, you can find hot food, sweet treats, fun and games, bounce houses, spider jumps, a mechanical reindeer, and of course, pictures with Santa. For the first time ever, helicopter rides will be available from the Santa’s Village parking lot, where you can see the lights from above. See their website for pricing.
The Dancing Lights of Christmas is open 5-10pm Nov 12 to Jan 2 and is located at the Wilson County Fairgrounds/Ward Ag Center, 1033 Sparta Pike, Lebanon, TN.
Dancing Lights of Christmas Giveaway!
We have partnered with The Dancing Lights of Christmas to give away two passes to the show this holiday.
The pass is good for admission into the Dancing Lights of Christmas for your entire carload in a family vehicle, Sunday to Thursday only.
Two lucky winners will be selected at random on December 1, 2021. Each winner MUST confirm by email by Dec 3 and be able to pick up the pass in the Brentwood area, or her prize will be forfeited and given to another entrant.
Sign up for the giveaway using the Rafflecopter form below. Please allow it a minute to display.
Be sure to come back every day for more entries!