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A trio of forty-foot-tall candy canes stands center stage, surrounded by singing milkshakes and dancing sugar plum fairies in Candy Rush, the world’s largest drive-through animated light show. 

With lights as far the eyes can see, World of Illumination has brought pure magic and whimsy to the Atlanta area with their newest candy-themed attraction at Six Flags White Water, featuring millions of lights and hundreds of animated displays fully synchronized to contemporary holiday music.

This year, families discover the Christmas spirit in a safe, distanced way. From the safety of their own cars, they travel through the 500-foot illuminated magic portal to Santa’s gingerbread village. 3D lights dance and snow flutters around as you get to wave and greet Santa in this truly unique attraction. 

Online reservations are required to ensure that the experience is completely contact free and socially safe while also ensuring controlled traffic and reduced wait times. “All of us at World of Illumination have been working hard for many months to provide safe and much-needed family entertainment to the community,” says Simon Kreisberger, World of Illumination co-founder. “We are so excited to provide the kind of escape that people are needing this year, and we firmly believe we can help end 2020 on a much brighter note.”  

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Ticket prices start at $35.00 per car and are available for purchase online at http://tickets.worldofillumination.com. In true Christmas spirit, a portion of all proceeds benefits the Make-A-Wish Georgia Foundation. Christmas is looking cheerier, so take the kids to enjoy the mile-long animated attraction and -safely- ring in the season merry and bright. 

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