Please Note: Lot Of Lights has a maximum clearance of 9.5 feet * One Ticket Required Per Vehicle *
No Re-Entry Allowed * Masks Required If Exiting Vehicle * NO RESERVATIONS/FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
The Family Arena is promising snow every night when it transforms its parking lot into a LOT OF LIGHTS Nov. 27 – Jan. 2. This spectacular holiday, drive-through, show will feature lasers, holograms, projection mapping, and yes, a lot of lights. In fact, millions of them!
As visitors enter the massive tunnel of lights, they will enjoy over a mile of unique and exciting holiday displays at The Family Arena (2002 Arena Parkway, Saint Charles, MO 63303). From there, they’ll be dazzled by an array of classic holiday scenes including a Flying Reindeer School, a Victorian Christmas, Candyland, a Winter Wonderland, and more. Drivers will be able to tune their car to a dedicated FM station that will air a curated holiday music playlist. All this adds up to a Holiday laser and light show that has never been seen in the St. Louis area.
Hours are Sunday-Thursday from 5:30 – 10 p.m. and Friday – Saturday from 5:30 – 11 p.m. and holidays. (We close at 9:00 p.m. on New Year’s Eve.) Tickets are $25 per car ($40 for limos and party busses) and will go on sale Oct 2. For a touchless ticketing experience go to Ticketmaster.com. For more information visit: www.LotofLights.com or get updates at www.facebook.com/familyarena.
Lot Of Lights is a production created by Las Vegas-based company Firefly Lights. “I am very proud and excited to see this mega installation being brought to the Family Arena,” says Fernando Quevedo, CEO of Firefly Lights, the Las Vegas-based company producing the drive-through Holiday experience. “We are incorporating new and unique technological elements such as lasers and holograms. This is totally original – a first for Missouri.”
Michael Beckman, Business Agent for I.A.T.S.E Local 6 said, “We have a long relationship with The Family Arena. We’re excited to work with the arena and Firefly Lights on this new holiday event for the community.”