Sever's Holiday Lights event to feature 1.2 million lights

The annual festival begins Nov. 26.
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Sever's Holiday Lights will feature more than 1.2 million lights during this year's festival. 

The drive-through light show will run from Nov. 26-Jan. 3 at the Sever's Festival Fairgrounds, 3121 150th St. W, in Shakopee. 

“Especially this year, we are excited to provide a safe way for families to get out of the house to experience a vibrant, memorable activity that we hope will become a new holiday tradition for years to come,” says Nicola Peterson with Sever’s Festivals.

The show, which features more lights this year, is set to holiday music. Each vehicle that goes through the event will get a swag bag and there will be concessions along the half-mile route for people to buy, including mini doughnuts, cider and caramel corn. 

The cost is $7 per person or $25 per vehicle maximum. Tickets can be purchased online here or onsite. 

The event is open from 5-9 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays and 5-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. 

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