Amaze Light Festival rings during the holiday season in the southern suburb of Tinley Park – NBC Chicago

It’s not quite Thanksgiving yet, but if you’re already feeling the holiday spirit, there are plenty of options, including an immersive experience in the southern suburb of Tinley Park.

The Amaze Light Festival, located at Odyssey Fun World, features dazzling exhibits made up of a million lights, a one-of-a-kind stage show, a holiday market and more, according to its website. Once inside, you’ll wander through different themed worlds and may even meet “Zing” and “Sparky” – the characters from the Amaze storybook.

Every two hours, visitors can catch the Amaze stage show, featuring a live singer, dancing and, of course, “Zing” and “Sparky!” Afterwards, you can head to the toyporium and the candy store to pick up treats or the perfect souvenir.

Photos: Amaze Light Festival rings during the holiday season

And while some parts may be aimed at children, everyone is encouraged to hang out, regardless of age.

For an additional cost, you and your family or friends can walk down “Zing’s Thrill Hill” or board the Arctic Express train.

The festival is open on certain days, which are listed below, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

November: 18-20, 23, 25-27 & 30
December: 1-4, 7-11, 14-24 & 26-31
January: 1-8

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