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This is the time of year when you want to go out and enjoy a little Christmas spirit with your family and friends. You can do just that at the South Jersey Holiday Light Show in Swedesboro, New Jersey.
This light show is returning to the Bridgeport Speedway for another year of spreading holiday cheer! And it’s bigger and better than ever!
The light show began in November and will run until December 30, 2022. The show is open every evening at 5 pm. On Sunday and Monday nights, it will end at 9 pm. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights, it ends at 10 pm, and on Friday and Saturday nights, it will end at 11 pm.
This is the only drive through holiday lights spectacular in Southern New Jersey. At the other light shows, you’re out in the cold with crowds. At the South Jersey Holiday Light Show, you can enjoy the beautiful lights in the warmth, comfort and safety of your own car. There’s no need to worry about crowds or social distancing.
The Bridgeport Speedway has been transformed into a glowing winter wonderland. Cruise through an over a mile long route with larger than life dazzling holiday themed light displays. The lights will set the dark night ablaze with color.
The lights are synchronized to popular holiday music. Tune your radio to 106.5 FM to hear the synchronized music and watch the lights dance in time to the music.
Your favorite light displays from last year will be back and you’ll love the new towering light displays. See twinkling trees and colorful arches. The lights are structured to create holiday images, like candy canes, reindeer, candles, stars, snowmen, flowers, wreaths, holiday characters, polar bears, gingerbread men and so much more.
Admission is charged per vehicle.
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Swedesboro, New Jersey, is within 14 miles of Bellmawr, Glassboro, Woodbury, Pennsville and Pitman, Swedesboro is 16 miles from Philadelphia and 76 miles to Baltimore.