Christmas Nights of Lights opens for season
Christmas Nights of Lights returns Friday
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The sights and sounds of Christmas will return to the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Friday night.
Christmas Nights of Lights opens for the season starting at 6 p.m. Friday. Organizers have been putting up the trees, arches and, most importantly, the lights since Sept. 28.
This year’s show includes about 50 minutes of classic and modern Christmas music, timed with the lights display.
The driving experience will cost $30 for most vehicles. Tickets can be booked online. Veterans and their families can get in free through Monday.
Vehicles have to be under 11 feet tall to go through the display.
Christmas Nights of Lights will be 6-10 p.m. until the end of the year.
Randy Morris, the manager of Christmas Night of Lights, said, “Well, my good friends have this show, they own it and I came on board with them about seven years ago to come alongside with them and run it. and you know, we’ve been here, this is our fifth year here at the fairgrounds and we have now signed another five-year contract with them. So, we hope to be around for that much longer.”