INDIANAPOLIS — The holiday family tradition Christmas Nights of Lights at the Indiana State Fairgrounds is returning this weekend with new music, an extended route and additional light displays.
The show will feature a 240-foot wall of lights, making it the largest synchronized show in central Indiana.
Christmas Nights of Lights will be open from dusk until 10 p.m., with extended hours on the weekends, Nov. 13 through Jan. 3, 2021.
As part of the kickoff to this year's event, Saturday, Nov. 14 will be WRTV Night at the Christmas Nights of Lights, which will also coincide with the kickoff of WRTV's 20th annual Toy Drive. A portion of every ticket sold on Saturday will benefit the WRTV Toy Drive.
The display will be offered every night, rain, snow or shine. The cost is $7 per person and children 3-year-old and under are free. A "Carload Special" of up to seven passengers is $30, 10 to 15 passengers is $50, 16 to 35 passengers is $75, and 36+ passengers is $100. Due to the new route, the height of vehicles must be no more than 11 feet tall to drive through the light display.
Guests should enter the Indiana State Fairgrounds at Gate 12, 1698 E. 42nd St.