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Lights at the Farm announces new exhibits, dates and begins ticket sales for its 2021-2022 light exhibit
By Rose Tring - Thursday Oct 07, 2021
Lights at the Farm has launched ticket sales for its third annual holiday event, taking place Nov. 19 through Jan. 2 at Vertuccio Farms. The farm is at 4011 S. Power Road between Elliot and Warner roads in Mesa.

Tickets are available online at http://www.lightsatthefarm.com.

Lights at the Farm features 10 acres of both 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional Christmas displays. The larger-than-life displays will be covered in more than 2 million LED and RGB lights. The festive light installations are synchronized with popular holiday music, making Lights at the Farm Arizona’s largest walk-through synchronized light display.

In addition to holiday lights and music, Lights at the Farm will feature family fun, including skating on an outdoor NHL-grade synthetic skating rink, a miniature golf course, and a pallet maze. Premium local food and beverage vendors will offer delicious holiday treats including cocoa, fudge, cookies, pancakes, and popcorn for purchase.

“We love Christmastime, and we’re passionate about providing family-friendly holiday entertainment to our community,” said Daniel Dille, owner of Lights at the Farm. “This year will be our best display yet – it’s sure to entertain kids from one to 92.”

New this year, the light display will feature a dramatic entry walkway and a patriotic U.S.A. display honoring our active and retired military personnel. Discounted rates of 10 percent off will be offered at the gate for military personnel and seniors. Guests are encouraged to check the online event calendar for rotating attractions including pictures with Santa, character visits from princesses Anna and Elsa, crafting activities for kids, writing letters to our troops, and more.

Hours of operation will be 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and 5:30 – 10 p.m. Friday-Sunday. Ticket prices range from $12-$15 per person. Food, beverages, and skating are not included in ticket prices.

ABOUT LIGHTS AT THE FARM
At 10 acres filled to the brim with more than 2 million RGB and LED lights on display, Lights at the Farm is Arizona’s largest walk-through synchronized Christmas light show. The festive light displays are synchronized to popular Christmas songs and are guaranteed to spread Christmas cheer. For more information, visit http://www.LightsattheFarm.com.