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Oct. 8 - Nov. 20
Charlotte Motor Speedway is excited to bring the holidays to life this winter season with the return of Carolina Christmas, a spectacular drive-through Christmas light park and village located at the legendary superspeedway.
Carolina Christmas is one of the largest holiday light shows in the United States, featuring more than 600 LED light displays boasting 3 million lights. Carolina Christmas also offers a Christmas Village with a realistic Bethlehem-themed village, a Festival of Trees, photos with Santa and areas with food and music.
Carolina Christmas will expand to be bigger and better in 2011. Visitors will love the extended route, reaching nearly 5 miles in length, filled with Christmas lights and displays. Carolina Christmas goers will enter the light park at zMAX Dragway, pass by The Dirt Track at Charlotte and into Charlotte Motor Speedway where a drive on the 1.5-mile super speedway is part of the holiday fun.
Payment required - Tickets: Single car passes are just $20 and group rates are also available. Tickets may be purchased online atwww.charlottemotorspeedway.com or at the gate during event hours for drive-up traffic
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