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Visit Santa’s Speedway Light Show at Irwindale

Published on Wed, Dec 16, 2020

By: The LACar Editorial Staff

Irwindale Speedway hosts one of the best lightshows in SoCal, and there’s still a chance for you and your family to enjoy it!

Santa's Speedway
Santa's Speedway

If you’re looking for a family activity to get everyone out of the house, look no further than Santa’s Speedway. The impressive light show features Santa’s Village, a rainbow of colors, and a record-setting 110-foot-tall Christmas Tree of lights.

Visitors get to drive around Irwindale Speedway and enjoy the magical displays all from the safety of their vehicles. This year, a light show that reminds us how joyful Christmas can be is a perfect way to lift everyone’s spirits.

Entry is $59 per Car Load, with a maximum of 8 people. A full lap around Santa’s Speedway typically takes between 30-45 minutes. Weekends are usually quite busy, so please allow additional time if you decide to attend then. Also during peak days, the entry line can take an additional 20-30 minutes. We recommend a weeknight visit!

Please note that guests are required to have masks on if the vehicle’s windows are down, and when exiting the vehicle to use the restrooms, located at the beginning and end of the lap.

Santa’s Speedway will run until January 10th, so there’s still time to attend! For Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights, tickets MUST be purchased in advance online.

Visit https://www.santasspeedway.com/ for information and to purchase tickets.

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