Rock'N Lights Holiday Light Tour is back, bigger and brighter than last year
Drive-through light show features all new displays, a longer light tunnel and the new Christmas Towne out of car experience.
The Rock'N Lights Holiday Light Tour is back!
The City of Round Rock is proud to present the return of the Rock'N Lights Holiday Light Tour and the new Christmas Towne at the Old Settlers Association property near the end of the tour from Dec. 2-31.
About Rock'N Lights
Rock'N Lights is a drive-through light show featuring two million lights along a mile and a half path through Old Settlers Park and is the must see event of the holiday season! The tour begins off of Old Settlers Boulevard on the north side of Old Settlers Park and exits on to U.S. 79. The tour features state-of-the-art lighting displays with animation and includes several Round Rock landmarks illuminated in lights including the iconic Round Rock water tower, depictions of the real Round Rock, the Round Rock Express Baseball Club and more. Multiple themes will be displayed in glorious light including Penguins & Polar Bears, Twas the Night, Winter Woods, North Pole, Snow Fall Hills, Poinsettias, Season of Joy, New Years and more.
The new Christmas Towne out of car experience is located at the exit to Rock’N Lights Holiday Light Tour at the Old Settlers Association property. Christmas Towne will feature amazing light displays, festive entertainment, holiday food, pony rides, petting zoo and more. Pictures with Santa will also be available hosted by Penfold Theatre Co. Christmas Towne is free and open to the public Friday and Saturday evenings during the run of Rock’N Lights Holiday Light Tour beginning on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Cost and hours
Rock’N Lights admission is $15 for family vehicles, $50 for limos, $45 for shuttle buses (9-30 people) and $75 for commercial buses (31+ people).
- Dec. 2 - 19: 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; 6 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday
- Dec. 20 - 24: 6 to 10 p.m.
- Dec. 25 - 31: 6 to 9 p.m.
Rock’N Lights Holiday Light Tour is sponsored by Community Impact Newspaper, Celebration Church and Spirit 105.9 radio.
Posted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013