One of world’s longest light tunnels is returning to the San Antonio area this holiday season

The Light Park will open in Selma in November

The Light Park will open in Selma on Nov. 3. (The Light Park)

SELMA, Texas – The drive-thru holiday light display known as the Light Park will return to the San Antonio area in November for the third year in a row.

The Light Park in Selma will have more than 1 million holiday lights on display that are synchronized to holiday music, including one of the longest light tunnels in the world. The 700-foot animated LED tunnel is one of the park’s main features.

Light shows are synced and choreographed to holiday music on a music station designated specifically for the drive-thru holiday display.

Tickets for the Light Park will go on sale at 8 a.m. on Oct. 2 but the holiday experience won’t officially open until Nov. 3.

Pricing for the Light Park has not yet been announced. Details regarding a full range of dates, prices and skip-the-line information are forthcoming. In the past, admission prices varied by showtimes for weekdays and weekends.

Guests are required to stay in their vehicles while visiting the Light Park and are encouraged to bring their own snacks to enjoy during the drive-through experience.

Vehicles longer than 30 feet will not be allowed in the park.

The Light Park will be located in the Retama Park Parking Lot at 1 Retama Parkway.

The Light Park will open in Selma again in 2022. (The Light Park)

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