The South Carolina State Fair will usher in the holiday season with its first drive-through light show, Carolina Lights, Dec. 7-28, at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds.
The light display is being debuted as part of the South Carolina State Fair’s 150th anniversary and will feature the Twelve Days of Christmas, a dancing field of Christmas trees, a 25-foot-tall Frosty with dancing arches and presents, and much more.
The lights will run 6-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 6-10 p.m. on Friday through Sunday. Admission is $20 for cars, $35 for mini-buses (9-24 passengers) and $70 for vehicles with 25 or more passengers. Payment will be made at the gate, and cash, Visa and MasterCard will be accepted. Patrons should enter at Gate 6 on George Rogers Boulevard. For more information, visit scstatefair.org.