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Texas Motor Speedway Just Transformed From Race Track To Magical Drive-Thru Light Show

You won't exactly be ripping around the track for this one
Texas Motor Speedway Just Transformed From Race Track To Magical Drive-Thru Light Show

Yet another Christmas light drive-thru has officially opened in Dallas-Fort Worth, but this one is sure to stick out of the bunch.

Texas Motor Speedway has officially cut the ribbon on the "Gift Of Lights" Christmas light drive-thru.

This extravaganza takes you around the famed racetrack through millions of beautiful sparkling Christmas lights that are sure to fill you with plenty of holiday joy.

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2 Miles of Christmas lights 

The first day of December is an especially holly jolly day at the track, as you are encouraged to wear pajamas on your visit for a discounted ticket price.

This event is also the perfect pandemic Christmas event, as you'll remain perfectly safe in the comfort of your own vehicle.

You'll also have the chance to order some authentic Texas food truck grub from your car at the end of the spectacle.

Unfortunately, the famed Santa's village will not be open this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tickets must be purchased online for a specific time slot in order to prevent any in-person contact with employees.

Gift of Lights 

Price: $30/car 

When: November 26- January 2

Address: 3545 Lone Star Cir, Fort Worth, TX 

Why You Need To Go: This magical Christmas drive-thru is unlike any others popping up around DFW. The 2-mile long track features millions of lights and is sure to fill you with Christmas joy.

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