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A Massive Christmas Lights Show Is Coming To California This Month

It's a gigantic winter wonderland ✨
California Holiday event 2020

A gigantic winter wonderland is coming to Los Angeles next month, confirming that holiday cheer WILL be available in California this year after all.

WonderLAnd is a massive drive-thru show setting up shop in Woodland Hills, where you'll drive through new open-air installations, tunnels filled with lights, elaborate sets, and immersive stories.

You'll also drive through a forest attraction that will feature an extremely large holiday tree.

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Millions of lights will be used during this event.

And don't you worry — Santa, Mrs. Claus, AND the elves are scheduled to be there, as well.

You'll experience the whole extravaganza right from the comfort of your car, and the whole thing is set to synchronized holiday music lights.

The show is being put on by Experimental Supply Co, an actual production company that brought the Derry Canal Days Festival & Funhouse from "IT: Chapter 2" to Los Angeles in 2019 (amongst a ton of other cool events).

This is Los Angeles, where even the drive-thru holiday events are sure to be as flashy and elaborate as the movies — and WonderLAnd is sure to be just that.


Price: $60 per car

When: November 30 through December 23, and December 26 through December 30

Address: 6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Why You Need To Go: To experience the most Hollywood-like holiday lights show of 2020

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