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Lights of the World Lantern Festival



Lights of the World Lantern Festival - Rawhide, Lights of the World is a unique international lantern arts festival that combines the age-old Chinese tradition of lantern festivals with modern cutting-edge technology and lights. The Lights of the World lantern displays extend from 18-60 feet, showcasing features of different cultures and civilizations around the globe. With 11 overarching exhibits and 75 stunning displays, Lights of the World promises an unforgettable exploration of global cultures and cuisine. Lights of the World also possesses a litany of other entertainment features, including more than 30 carnival rides and games, a daily performance showcasing acrobatics, dance and music concerts. As a joint project with more than 6 million dollars invested, Lights of the World will be the largest lights show in North America to date, extending from November 18, 2016 to January 29, 2017. $15-25, M-Th 5-10 pm, Fr 5-11 pm, Sa-Su 3-11 pm,  http://lightsoftheworld.net/

Date:

Nov 18, 2016 - Jan 29, 2017

Location:

Rawhide
5700 W. N. Loop Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85226

Hours:

M-Th 5-10 pm, Fr 5-11 pm, Sa-Su 3-11 pm

Price:

$15-25

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