Your Guide to the Best Holiday Light Displays in Metro Detroit

By: Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers | December 6, 2017
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The holiday season brings us many joys: catchy tunes, awesome gifts, and of course, bright lights. While you might have an impressive holiday light display at your house, the metro Detroit area has numerous light shows that are worth taking a trip. We’ve laid out the perfect light show road trip that you and your family can experience in one night, or throughout the holiday season. It’s up to you, just make sure you check out these awe-inspiring light displays!

Lights on the Lake – Lake Orion

The beginning of our holiday lights road trip will begin in Lake Orion for the beautiful Lights on the Lake show. With 15,000 LED lights synchronized using 4,000 computer channels, the elaborate show is the perfect way to kick off the holiday lights road trip. The event will also be looking to raise money for the Daisy Project’s Let Them Play playground and All Inclusive Baseball Field at Friendship Park in Lake Orion.

The Big Bright, Light Show – Rochester

Stop number two will feature The Big Bright, Light Show which is, you guessed it, is a big, bright light show in Rochester on display through Sunday, January 7. More than one million points of glimmering lights will be on display in the heart of downtown Rochester making for a cheerful atmosphere. You and your family can drive by and enjoy all the lights, or go shopping and experience the lights up close.

Our Dancing Lights Holiday Display – Auburn Hills

Just a short drive from Rochester, Auburn Hills will once again be host to Our Dancing Lights Holiday Display through Saturday, January 6. The light show will be choreographed to numerous classic holiday tunes, which you can tune into on 91.3 FM. The light show will also be raising money for the Rainbow Connection, which you can find out more information here.

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Livonia Lights – Livonia

One of the most popular light shows in Michigan, the Livonia Lights show will be running through the New Year. The lights are synchronized to classic Christmas songs that you can sync up in your car by tuning in to 88.5 FM. With 60,000 lights, great Christmas music, and more holiday fun, Livonia Lights is sure to light up your holiday season.

Wayne County Lightfest – Westland

Our last stop on our road trip to get in the holiday spirit is at the Wayne County Lightfest in Westland. The light show starts on Merriman Road between Warren Avenue and Ann Arbor Trail and costs $5 cash per car. After you drive through all the lights, you can visit Santa in the Warrendale Shelter for some refreshments and photos!