You simply tune your radio into the radio station and drive through the maze of Christmas lights. This is the newest of the annual
When you pay at the gate they ask you to only use your parking lights to drive through the the lights and ask you to continue driving without stopping until you find a place to pull off the road.
You don't have to stop at all unless you want to watch the show while sitting still. They also tell you what radio station to tune in to so you can hear the music that the lights are choreographed to.
When you get to the end of the road you will find Santa's Village where you can catch a Hey Hey Hey ride with the Yogi Bear, shop for souvenirs or do some activities with the kids. Of course there are photos with Santa and there are refreshments, like Hot cocoa, Cider, Marshmallows and Smores roasted over an open fire.
Are you wondering why the Hey Hey Hey ride is with Yogi Bear? Because this light show is set up on the grounds of the Yogi Bear Jellystone Park which is a
at 2572 Music Valley Drive in Nashville.
The cost of this seasonal Nashville event cost $25.00 per carload in 2010 plus additional charges for some of the other activities at or near Santa's village.
We really enjoyed this light show. I'm glad that a portion of the proceeds goes to charities like Toys for Tots, Second Harvest Food Bank and more.
McGavok Pike and Music Valley Drive is a very congested area at Christmas time so be careful. Here is a very important tip for you. DON'T FORGET TO TURN YOUR LIGHTS BACK ON.
Music Valley Drive is a well lit area and I forgot to turn my lights back on. As we were leaving there was a police officer directing traffic at the corner of Music Valley Drive and McGavok Pike. He was also yelling at me "Turn Your Lights On!!!".
Oh, I was embarrassed but I am glad he yelled because I was about to get on to Briley Parkway with a lot more traffic.