Lights of the World

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Natalie Hernandez, Digital Journalist

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The largest light and lantern festival in North America brightens the Downtown Phoenix on November 16 through January 2 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds. Combining the age-old Chinese tradition of lanterns with cutting-edge technology and lights. The showcase features different cultures and civilizations around the globe. With over 11 exhibits and 75 stunning displays, it has other entertainment features like 20 carnival rides and games, a daily performance showcasing acrobatics, dance, and music concerts. It opens at 5 pm through 10 pm daily and will be closed on December 26, 2017. They have over 10,000,000 lights and Lights of the World promises an unforgettable exploration of global cultures and cuisine. This festival can help you relax with your family and enjoy the day; this will let you see the different things about the Chinese tradition and learn about them. So the tickets cost for Adults are $18, 65+ are $16, Child is $15 (3-13), Children under 3 are free, and Acrobat tickets are separate for $8 at the festival; for more information go to www.lightsoftheworldus.com.

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