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WonderLight’s Christmas lights spectacular runs Nov. 17 through Dec. 31 at WWTR

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WonderLight’s Christmas holiday light and music spectacular will return to the St. Louis area for the 2023 season at World Wide Technology Raceway in Madison, Illinois. The synchronized lights-and-music show will run from Friday, November 17, through Sunday, December 31.

This year’s display features entirely new music playlists, a new 100-ft. lighted tree in the grandstands, and dozens of additional lighted elements, making it the largest synchronized light show in Southern Illinois and the St. Louis metro area.

The family-friendly attraction features a two-mile car ride through more than one million LED lights, synchronized to traditional and modern Christmas music. Visitors of all ages will be awed by the larger-than-life Christmas trees, glowing snowflakes, dancing candy canes and enchanting tunnels of lights.

In the warmth of their own vehicle, guests can tune their radio dial to a dedicated FM signal and sing along to the sounds of the season, synchronized to dazzling displays.

The show is open nightly from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. from Friday, November 17 to Sunday, December 31.

Admission is $30 per car load (up to seven passengers). Group rates may be found online. The show is open each evening, rain or shine, including Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve.

Tickets are available for purchase at the gate, or online at https://www.wonderlightschristmas.com/st-louis.

DIRECTIONS TO WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY RACEWAY: Please enter at 1905 Collinsville Road, Fairmont City, IL 62201.


▪           Take I-70 East across the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge

▪           Continue East on I-70 (do not exit at I-64 East) and merge with I-55 North

▪           Follow lighted highway signs to enter at 1905 Collinsville Road


▪           Take I-70 / I-64 East

▪           Merge on to I-55 North / I-70 East

▪           Follow lighted highway signs to enter at 1905 Collinsville Road


▪           Take I-270 North toward Chicago

▪           Take Exit 4 for IL-203 South toward Granite City

▪           Turn Left onto IL-203 South/Nameoki Rd

▪           Turn Right onto IL-203 South/Edwardsville Rd

▪           Follow lighted highway signs to enter at 1905 Collinsville Road


▪           Take I-55 North or I-44 East

▪           Take the I-55 North/I-64 North I-70 East U.S. 40 Exit toward Illinois

▪           Merge onto I-55 N/ I-70 E

▪           Follow lighted highway signs to enter at 1905 Collinsville Road


▪           Take I-64 West

▪           Take I-55 North

▪           Follow lighted highway signs to enter at 1905 Collinsville Road


▪           Take I-70 West toward St. Louis, continue to I-55 South

▪           Follow lighted highway signs to enter at 1905 Collinsville Road

About WonderLight Productions

The WonderLight Productions family has been in the light show business for over a decade. WonderLight Productions is based in Bluff City, Tennessee. In addition to the Central Ohio show, WonderLight Productions also operates a highly successful Christmas light display in St. Louis, Missouri.


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