‘Dancing Lights of Christmas’ opens Friday in Lebanon

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It may not be Thanksgiving yet, but Christmas is in the air in Middle Tennessee as the Dancing Lights of Christmas opened Friday night in Lebanon.  

The popular drive-through display of over two million lights, synchronized to popular Christmas music, is in its ninth consecutive season and its second at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Wilson County.  

This year’s display is filled with an extended drive route, new rocking Christmas tunes and an expanded Santa’s Village.  

Tickets are $25 per vehicle or church van/bus and $50 per commercial vehicle.  

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