Magic arrives in Fort Worth with holiday lights

November 22, 2017 by  

The Magical Winter Lights event, a lantern festival that offers all spectators an enchanting and unique light show, is now viewable in Fort Worth.

With the meshing together different cultures something commonly experienced in fusion restaurants, as well as in the music and fashion industries, Fort Worth is adopting this idea during the holiday season in its light ceremony.

The Magical Winter Lights show is much more than flipping a switch on a Christmas tree; it is a collection of lights incorporating designs from Chinese lanterns and transforming them into theme-park sized, extravagant art pieces. This year, the magic in Fort Worth will include display areas titled Christmas Candy Land, Mystery of the East and Dinosaur Land.

The festival will also feature food, live performances, and carnival rides. Everyone is encouraged to make an appearance and perhaps get some eye-catching backgrounds for their holiday cards.

The festival takes place at Lone Star park nightly (excluding November 27, and Dec 4 and 11) until January 7, 2018, having got underway last Friday. The park is open from 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm.

The admission fee is $21 for adults, and $13 for seniors and children aged 4-12. Children under four get in free. Family discounts are available, as well as an unlimited carnival ride bracelet. Visit the website for tickets and details.

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