Drive-through light show opens at Water World

Staff Report
Posted 11/26/18

The parking lot Hyland Hills Water World will be lit up for the holiday season with a mile-long drive-through light and music display. The display features millions of LED lights synchronized to …

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Drive-through light show opens at Water World

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The parking lot Hyland Hills Water World will be lit up for the holiday season with a mile-long drive-through light and music display.

The display features millions of LED lights synchronized to favorite holiday tunes. It runs through Dec. 31, beginning at 5:30 p.m nightly. Water World is located at 8801 N.Pecos St., Federal Heights.

“Normally Water World is dark and still during the holidays, so it is very exciting to see what Christmas in Color is doing to light up our parking lots with such a wonderfully unique and creative drive-through experience for visitors from all over the metro area,” said Joann Cortez, spokeswoman for Hyland Hills.

The program, called Christmas in Color, has been designed by Utah-based Ice Castles, LLC and Holdman Lighting, the group that designed the Ice Castles in Dillon. The company is currently running programs similar to the one in Federal Heights in Utah and Arizona.

Vehicles taller than 10 feet, limos and cars pulling trailers are not allowed. Drivers and passengers must purchase a ticket, have it scanned by event staff and then will be directed to turn their car radio to a specific station.

Tickets to see the lights cost $25 per vehicle and can be purchased online at www.christmasincolor.net.

Ticket prices increase to $30 on Fridays and Saturdays Dec. 19 through 24.

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