Lights at the Farm will be back at Vertuccio Farm Nov. 22-Jan. 10, 2020.
The walk-through synchronized light show has added some new displays and attractions for all ages to enjoy with their family and friends, according to a release.
The Christmas attraction will operate nightly 5:30-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 5:30-10:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday at 4011 S. Power Road in Mesa.
"Lights at the Farm will continue to use cutting-edge technology, both in RGB and LED light fixtures, which has the ability to be customized and programmed to your favorite holiday songs. The light show will also include dancing trees of light, 18-foot-tall snowman, two 120-foot-long four-color chasing light fields, leaping arches, 63 mini trees and two tube slides outlined with lights," the release states,
There wil also be larger-than-life ornaments, a pre-lit farm animal scene, nativity scene, jump pillow, putt putt, pallet maze, Christmas-train, an outdoor skating rink and more, the release states.
"This year we will also be honoring all of the active military and retired military veterans with a special 'red, white and blue' patriotic song. You don’t want to miss this new magical moment," according to the release.
Admission to Lights at the Farm is $12 at the gate per person every night of the week. Go to lightsatthefarm.com.
“We all have Christmas parties, gifts and activities during the holiday season, so that is why we have kept the price affordable for all families to be able to attend Lights at the Farm,” Daniel Dille, owner of the event, said in the release. “We want to provide an opportunity to all families around the valley that will be memorable and help create a new holiday tradition that they will cherish for years to come.”