CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Two million holiday lights are on display on the South Carolina coast as the Holiday Festival of Lights at James Island County Park opens its 26th season.
The annual holiday even begins on Friday and continues through New Year’s night.
Organizers estimate that during the past 25 years, 2 million people have seen the lights driving a three-mile loop through the park.
The event features 750 different light displays ranging from holiday scenes, dinosaurs and spaceships to Charleston themes.
New this year is a display in lights of the pineapple fountain located in Charleston’s Waterfront Park.
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