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New larger-than-life drive-thru light show coming to Massachusetts



Photos courtesy of North Shore Holiday Light Show

A drive-thru holiday light show is opening in Massachusetts this month.

After months of planning and hard work the North Shore Holiday Light Show is set to open on Thursday, November 19th at 5pm. The show will feature dozens of never-before-seen displays, some towering as tall as 3 stories, and spanning more than 50 feet in length! Attendees can expect to take about 20-25 minutes to drive through the show in its entirety. Once open, the show is scheduled to remain open on select dates through December 30th. A full schedule for the show is available online at

“We are happy to present a new North Shore tradition and look forward to bringing the joy of the holidays to everyone with our festive holiday light displays,” said Andrew Adams, COO at BOLD Media, the parent company operating the event in Haverhill. “This holiday season we plan on bringing tens of thousands of people into Haverhill, and while they’re here they will shop and dine throughout the town.”

In a year full of cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Shore Holiday Holiday Light Show is here to save the magic of the holiday season. All guests will enjoy the entire light performance from the comfort and safety of their own vehicles. The incredible light displays will also be synchronized with holiday music broadcast over the FM radio in each patron’s vehicle. With the North Shore Holiday Light Show being the only light show on the North Shore with synchronized music.

Car-load tickets are on sale now for $23 online at Tickets purchased online will be valid any day the show is open. Tickets will also be available at the door for $25, although availability is not guaranteed.

The North Shore Holiday Light Show will take place at Crescent Farms in Haverhill at 1058 Boston Road.

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  1. Rick

    November 3, 2020 at 8:00 pm

    The Governor is shutting things down and starting curfew Friday so you can forget about bringing thousands to Haverhill.

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