Magic Of Lights Returns to Gillette Stadium This Holiday Season for The Last Time Ever

Family Entertainment Live announced today that Magic of Lights will return to Gillette Stadium this holiday season for the last time ever from Friday, Nov. 18 through Sunday, Dec. 31. The Magic of Lights drive-through experience features dazzling, family-friendly holiday lights displays crafted using the latest in CAD technology and digital animations.

Foxborough will shine bright for the third consecutive holiday season as guests enjoy the thrill of spectacular light displays featuring festive favorites and accompanied by a holiday soundtrack. Guests will enjoy Magic of Lights signature displays including the 200-foot long Enchanting Tunnel of Lights, Candy Cane Lane, Toyland, 12 Days of Christmas, Prehistoric Christmas with life sized dinosaurs celebrating the season and BIGFOOT Monster Truck. Brand new in 2022, Magic of Lights will also feature a 32-foot tall animated Barbie, as well as dazzling, dancing displays synchronized to popular holiday tunes. Created with nearly one million sparkling lights, Magic of Lights is a nostalgic and festive experience for guests of all ages that can’t be missed this holiday season.

Santa Saver presale tickets for this holiday favorite go on sale Thursday, Sept 29 at 10 a.m. at and for a limited time, will be available for just $15 per standard vehicle (while supplies last). Guests purchasing Santa Saver tickets will not need to select an attendance date at the time of purchase, but will need to choose their attendance date at a later time. Date-specific tickets will go on sale later this fall following the Santa Saver presale. Tickets must be purchased in advance online and will not be available for purchase at the gate. Magic of Lights will be open from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m. from Friday, Nov. 18 through Sunday, Dec. 31 and will be closed on select dates surrounding Patriots home games. For the full schedule and additional details, visit



Gillette Stadium, located in Foxborough, Mass., is New England’s premier sports and entertainment venue. The 65,878-seat stadium is the full-time home of the NFL’s six-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. Gillette Stadium is also the home field of the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer and one of the world’s top grossing concert venues, according to Billboard and Pollstar. Other notable sporting events held at Gillette Stadium include the 2016 NHL Winter Classic, international soccer matches, NCAA athletics, professional lacrosse, motor sports and the Massachusetts high school football state championships. Gillette Stadium also served as the northeast’s first large-scale COVID-19 vaccination site. The site, operated by CIC Health, administered more than 610,000 vaccinations over 148 days of operation in early 2021. For more information, visit or follow @GilletteStadium on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.