Are you ready for something spectacular this holiday season? How about a drive through, high tech Christmas lights spectacle set to make its Michigan premiere.

According to the Detroit Free Press, Magic of Lights will take over the grounds of DTE Energy Music Theater Nov. 13-Jan. 2. Contactless tickets range from $15 to $35 per vehicle.

I will definitely take my family to see Magic of Lights in Clarkston. That's only about an hour and 15 minute drive from the Lansing area.

"This holiday season event has played annually in new York, Cleveland and several other markets, is a 1 and a half mile display featuring LED lights, digital animations and other visual technologies. Music from the show can be tuned in via an FM signal onsite." (Detroit Free Press)

Magic of Lights follows the summer success of Jurassic Quest, a drive through dinosaur exhibition on the huge parking lot of a venue that normally would have been packed with concerts.

Dave Clark, who is the president of Live Nation's Michigan division said "we look forward to having Magic of Lights at DTE Energy Music Theater for the first time and making it a holiday tradition in our community for years to come. There is nothing quite like bringing together family and friends for the holiday season as well as generating jobs for our local economy in a new creative way." (Detroit Free Press)

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