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Rocket City Christmas Light Show at Toyota Field is back

MADISON – The Rocket City Christmas Light Show and Winter Wonderland returned to Toyota Field for the second time beginning this weekend and will continue until Sunday, January 2.

“After welcoming over 25,000 cars of families to Toyota Field in 2020, we can’t wait to bring holiday cheer back to the Rocket City in 2021 with a bigger and better show for guests of all ages,” Trash Pandas General Manager Garrett Fahrmann said.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW A MAP OF THE 2021 LIGHT SHOW

Guests can drive through the magical safari-themed mile and a half show that features hundreds of thousands of lights for $30 per car. The festivities last nightly from 5-9 p.m., rain or shine.

The admission price also includes access inside Toyota Field for the Winter Wonderland, presented by CTG. The Winter Wonderland includes huts for hot chocolate, cookies and ornament decorating, fire pits to make s’mores, and so much more. The Winter Wonderland will also be open from 5-9 p.m. each night through December 24. Children can also write letters to Santa Claus at the Winter Wonderland thanks to GrubSouth.

Santa Claus will be visiting Toyota Field for eight nights leading into Christmas. Throughout the Winter Wonderland, Trash Pandas mascot Sprocket will be appearing and will be joined by friends such as Anna, Elsa, Belle, and Olaf from Disney’s Frozen, Buzz and Woody from Toy Story, Poppy and Branch from Trolls, and others!

The Junkyard Team Store will be open during light show hours for holiday shopping, with special discounts available on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The store will have limited hours on both Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve and will be closed on Christmas Day. Guests can also support local business at Toyota Field, as local vendors will have stations at the Winter Wonderland on a nightly basis.

 

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