The Light Park to open at Retama Park Nov. 5

The Light Park will bring holiday lights to Retama Park from Nov.5 to Jan.2. (Jarrett Whitener/Community Impact)
The Light Park will bring holiday lights to Retama Park from Nov.5 to Jan.2. (Jarrett Whitener/Community Impact)

The Light Park will bring holiday lights to Retama Park from Nov.5 to Jan.2. (Jarrett Whitener/Community Impact)

From Nov. 5 to Jan. 2, The Light Park will bring “the brightest show south of the north pole,” according to the event website, to Retama Park.

The Light Park is a drive-thru electric holiday light show featuring lights synchronized with popular Christmas music.



Shows will run in half-hour increments beginning at 5:30 p.m., and the last show will start at 9:30 p.m. Prices range from $30 to $35 depending on the day. Retama Park Parking Lot, 1 Retama Parkway, Selma. 830-310-3962. www.thelightpark.com/



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