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2020 Dallas-Fort Worth Holiday Lights Guide

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With the holidays right around the corner, we've compiled a list of both drive-thru and in-person holiday lights events that will be sure to bring you some cheer!

Drive-Thru Events

Candy Cane Lane at American Airlines Center 
Dallas, TX – Now through December 26th

Experience holiday cheer come rain or shine! This drive through display is located in the AAC parking garage, spanning multiple levels. Visit https://candycanelanedfw.com/ to learn more. 

Dallas Zoo Lights 
Dallas, TX – Now through January 3rd 

Drive through a safari of lights and decorations, then park and take an outdoor stroll through the Reliant Holiday Village. Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/dallas-zoo-lights/ to learn more. 

Gift of Lights at Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TX – Now through January 3rd 

Texas Motor Speedway welcomes you to a 2-mile lighting experience around the track. View over 3 million lights while listening to your favorite holiday tunes! Visit http://giftoflightstexas.com/ to learn more. 

Interlochen Lights 
Arlington, TX – December 18-25th

Known as one of the best neighborhood lights displays, the Interlochen neighborhood features homes decorated to the max, and best of all, it’s free! Visit http://lakeinterlochentx.com/ to learn more.  

Prairie Lights
Grand Prairie, TX – Now through December 31st 

This updated tradition features over 5 million lights, winding for two miles on the shores of Joe Pool Lake. Grab some drive-thru concessions while you’re there! Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/city-grand-prairie-prairie-lights-2020/ to learn more. 

Radiance! A Holiday Light Spectacular
Frisco, TX – Now through January 3rd

Drive through this mile-long lights experience while listening to holiday music! You can even purchase snacks and beverages from your car! Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/radiance-holiday-light-spectacular-frisco/ to learn more. 

 The Magic of Lights on The Lakefront
Little Elm, TX – Now through January 2nd

A route of over one mile features your favorite holiday scenes along the shores of Lewisville Lake. Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/magic-lights-little-elm-2020/ to learn more. 

In-Person Events

Christmas in the Square 
Frisco, TX – Now through January 4th

A holiday tradition, this event features the largest choreographed holiday lights and music show in North Texas. The show runs nightly, and is free to attend! Visit https://www.friscosquare.com/cits-overview to learn more. 

Holiday at the Arboretum
Dallas, TX – Now through December 31st

Check out this year’s 12 Days of Christmas displays, which are housed in Victorian-style gazebos, visit the Christmas VIllage, and the new 23-foot German-built authentic Christmas Pyramid. Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/dallas-arboretum-holiday-arboretum-2020/ to learn more. 

Journey of Lights 
Plano, TX – Now through December 19th

Located at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, this event features a Christmas Village, 3D snowfall lane, Christmas caroller projections, a larger-than-life live advent calendar, and a 30-minute light show experience. Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/st-andrew-united-methodist-church-journey-lights/ to learn more. 

Lone Star Christmas at The Gaylord Texan
Grapevine, TX – Now through January 3rd

Visit the all-new outdoor attraction called “Yuletide Bright.” The attraction features 50,000 square feet of holiday-themed lanterns, characters, and scenes. You can even take in scenes from your favorite holiday movies! Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/gaylord-texan-presents-lone-star-christmas-2020/ to learn more. 

Luminova Holidays at Globe Life Field
Arlington, TX – Now through January 3rd 

Walk through a display inside of Globe Life Field featuring 2.7 million lights, check out the 65-foot Christmas tree, and engage in a variety of family fun events! Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/luminova-holidays/ to learn more. 

Main Street and Light Show Spectacular
Grapevine, TX – Now through January 10th

Millions of lights fill the historic downtown in Grapevine, there is a light and sound show at City Hall, and you can even sing along with a 40-foot animated singing Christmas tree! This is also a free event. Visit https://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/christmas-capital-of-texas/events/ to learn more. 

Reliant Lights Your Holidays @ AT&T Performing Arts Center
Dallas, TX – Now through December 20th

This holiday tradition has been reimagined so that visitors can safely explore at their own pace. The event features 50,000 lights, projections, photo opportunities, and pop-up performances from local artists. Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/att-pac-reliant-lights-holidays-2020/ to learn more. 

Six Friends Holiday in the Park
Arlington, TX – Now through January 3rd

Walk the park while you take in the fully decorated trees and roller coasters. Activities include festive shows, holiday treats, holiday-themed attractions, and a Merry Marketplace. Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/six-flags-over-texas-presents-holiday-park-2020/ to learn more.

The Colony Christmas Spectacular 
The Colony, TX – Now through January 4th

This free light show starts at 5:30 pm each night, and is choreographed to your favorite holiday tunes! Visit https://www.thecolonytx.gov/834/Christmas-Spectacular to learn more. 

The Modern Lights at the Modern Art Museum 
Fort Worth, TX – Now through January 17th

Trees around The Modern are illuminated with holiday lights, and museum hours have been extended until 8:00 pm on Fridays. This is also a free event! Visit https://www.themodern.org/modern-lights to learn more. 

Vitruvian Lights
Addison, TX – Now through January 3rd 

Stroll through the park filled with lights, or you can simply drive around the area to take in some holiday cheer! Visit https://dallas.culturemap.com/eventdetail/vitruvian-lights-2020/ to learn more. 


We’d love to hear about any other holiday lights events you plan on attending in the DFW area! Have a safe and healthy holiday! 

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