It’s another drive-through holiday light show, and this one is inside the perimeter!
Atlantic Station will host its Festival Lights from Tuesday, December 1st through Monday, January 18th.
The show runs nightly, including Christmas Day, from 6 to 11 p.m.
There is a timed admission system, so you’ll buy a ticket for a specific half-hour time slot.
Note there is no show on Dec. 31st (New Year’s Eve) or on January 1st.
♦ $25 per car Sunday thru Thursday
♦ $35 per car on Friday and Saturday
You can bring as many people as your vehicle has seatbelts for.
Buy tickets online
And please remember there may be a health risk associated with traveling in a closed vehicle with people not in your immediate household. See the CDC guidelines for personal vehicles.
The event is being billed as contact-free. When you arrive, you’ll hold your ticket up to the car window for scanning.
You may also be interested in:
- NEW for 2020: World of Illumination drive-thru light show
- NEW! Festival of Lights drive-thru light show at Atlantic Station
- FREE: Prism Winter Lights display at Woodruff Park in downtown Atlanta
- Lights of Life drive-thru holiday attraction in Marietta
- Discounts for Fantasy in Lights at Callaway Gardens
- Discounts for Stone Mountain Christmas
- Garden Lights, Holiday Nights at the Atlanta Botanical Garden
Looking for info on the Atlantic Station ice rink? Click here.
Know before you go
There is no ticket booth on site, so you must buy your timed ticket online before you arrive. You could also purchase tickets from a smartphone on site, as long as there are open time slots available.
It will take approximately 30 minutes to drive through the route.
The organizers ask that everyone drive slowly. You must remain inside your vehicle at all times. You may not get out to take photos, etc.
The line-up site is behind the shops and down the hill from Target.
The line will form on Fowler Street near the fire station, which is 165 16th Street NW if you need an address for GPS.
For more info, visit the website.
No walk-throughs are allowed.
Everyone in your vehicle must have a seatbelt available to them — you can’t bring people in the bed of a pickup truck, for example.
Motorcycles are allowed, but you must have a mask or face shield on arrival, when staff will scan your ticket. This is for their safety. There may be a special night planned for motorcycles.
There may also be a special night for bicycles and scooters.
We’ll update here when these details are announced.
More upcoming holiday events:
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Thursday, November 26, 2020
Friday, November 27, 2020