The Magic of Lights has returned to the Brandon Amphitheater with the all new Christmas village as well as the fan favorite show from last year.
After the success of last year, updates were made to the attraction to ensure it’s longevity as an annual holiday tradition.
“We improved parking,” said Brandon Mayor, Butch Lee. “We improved access in and out. We increased the length to two miles and over two million lights to see and enjoy.”
While the show is mostly made of old favorites like Prehistoric Christmas and the Nativity, new additions like Candyland ended the route before guests could exit their cars and enjoy the village inside the amphitheater.
One guest, 16 year old Kamille Russell of Jackson experienced the display with her family and enjoyed the tunnels and Barbie the most.
“It’s really nostalgic, because my inner child is overjoyed,” said Russell. “The lights and the music are really heartwarming. I really love it!”
Upon entering the village, there are photo ops for families with Barbie, in front of the signature sign, and inside the giant gift box. Once inside, the amphitheater has been transformed into a winter wonderland. Guests can enjoy music lead by singing Christmas trees and visits with Santa Claus.
“We want to have a good family place to go, be safe, and enjoy the early days of Christmas,” said Lee.
The Magic of Lights opened on Nov. 17 and will conclude on December 31. For tickets and information, visit here.