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Tickets for Spurs holiday light drive-thru experience at AT&T Center on sale now

The 1-mile long event will feature more than 4 million lights, 3D displays and photo ops with Santa - from afar. There's even a hot cocoa stop along the way.

SAN ANTONIO — Looking for the ultimate holiday lights experience? The AT&T Center might be your ticket.

For $35.50 per car, you can experience the 1-mile drive-thru event called "illumi-Night" - which runs nightly at 6 p.m. began on November 19 and runs through January 3.

The event is held at the grounds of the AT&T Center with holiday card-worthy photo opportunities, tasty treats and 3D displays.

Illumni-Night is happening amid the coronavirus pandemic and is the first of its kind. For the safety of everyone, guests stay in their own vehicles and wind through the winter wonderland, stopping for physically distanced photos with Santa, hot cocoa and other classic holiday concessions.

Event organizers say throughout the adventure, holiday music, trivia games and more add to the fun through the interactive illumi-Night app.

Guests enter through Gate G off of AT&T Center Parkway and wind through the magical course.

Tickets are available at illumi-Night.com and Ticketmaster.com. They can also be purchased on the app.

For $63, you can buy a Santa Express Pass, which includes a general admission ticket for your vehicle, plus a unique one-of-a-kind physically distanced photo with Santa and a “skip the line pass.”

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Spurs Give said 50% of proceeds from illumi-Night will be used to help the community in areas such as mental health, digital resources for underserved areas, along with supporting programs that are focused on youth health and nutrition. Spurs Give is the non-profit partner of Spurs Sports & Entertainment.

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