Toronto’s Dazzling New Christmas Drive-Thru Will Feature Over 1 Million Sparkling Lights

Tickets are already on sale! 😍
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Toronto's Holiday Nights Of Lights Will Take You Along An Illuminated Christmas Trail

This season you can drive down an illuminated pathway of gorgeous and colourful Christmas lights. 

Toronto's Holiday Nights of Lights drive-thru will take you along a trail filled with twinkling installations.

You'll be able to spot over one million LED lights, all from the comfort of your car!

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The event runs from November 20, 2020 to January 7, 2021. 

Tickets are already on sale, and must be purchased in advance online. Admission starts at $25 per car, but you can fill-up the vehicle with everyone in your bubble.

Other drive-thru Christmas light shows are popping up in different spots across the GTA next month, including one in Markham. 

Get ready to blast some Christmas tunes as you drive down this magical illuminated trail.

Currently, Nights of Lights is also hosting a Halloween drive-thru until November 1, and tickets are already selling out fast!

Holiday Nights Of Lights

Price: Starting at $25 per car

When: November 20, 2020 - January 7, 2021

Address: 7250 Keele St., Vaughan, ON

Why You Need To Go: Get in the Christmas spirit by driving along this illuminated trail.

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