It's time to get in the holiday spirit because the world's largest drive-through light show is coming to Arizona and it'll transport you straight to the North Pole.

On November 14, World of Illumination's mile-long drive-through light show will be set up just outside Phoenix in Tempe. 

The theme of the light show is the Arctic and you'll be transported from the desert to the tundra as you drive by a 32-foot-tall snowman, animated Christmas characters, and glittering snowflakes galore.

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A 500-foot long Santa’s tunnel will bring you through "Santa's magic portal" to a whimsical winter wonderland with millions of colorful lights, animated displays, and a simulated snowfall so no matter the climate, it'll feel like the holidays!

When you've finished this gorgeous (and COVID-friendly) drive-through adventure, World of Illumination has a second Arizona light show at Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale that's already open. 

In Rockin’ Christmas' "mile-long symphony of sight and sound, you’ll see everything from life-sized musical notes to retro Santa spinning it old school." Like Tempe's Arctic Adventure, Glendale's drive-through light show features millions of colorful lights and a mesmerizing experience that's sure to rock your holidays.

Tempe's shimmering extravaganza is currently being constructed at 2200 W. Alameda Dr., with the show officially opening on November 14. 

Online reservations are available now. Just pick your time online, make your reservation, grab your friends and get ready to get in the holiday spirit!