Aside from Ennis, Decatur and Weatherford, Radiance! will also be featured in Frisco this coming mid November to bring the magic of Frozen in celebration for Christmas according to a CultureMap article which reports,
“Radiance! featuring Frozen in Frisco is a two-part experience covered by one ticket. Radiance! becomes a theme park-style ride in a vehicle that guides guests through the show. Visitors can expect an all-new, mile-long light trail of over 3 million lights, animated to favorite holiday tunes.
Frozen in Frisco will feature a two-story outdoor ice tubing hill, ice skating under the stars, bumper cars on ice, snowball toss with real snow, a 108-foot Ferris wheel, Christmas carousel, buckin’ reindeer rides, a Christmas Story escape room, s’mores fire pits, a holiday market, and more.”
In a more detailed description of the festival, only one ticket is needed for the entire event as it acts as an all pass ticket to several attractions according to a DFW Child article which reports,
“One ticket is all you need to experience both the Radiance! Light Show and the all-new Frozen in Frisco, where you’ll experience an outdoor winter carnival full of thrills, fun and magical memory-making moments unlike anything in North Texas.
-Soar down two-story ice tubing hills
-Ice skate under the stars on a 5,400-square-foot ice rink outdoors. Little ones who are non-skaters can ride on the ‘Push Me Polar Bear’ skate buddies.
-Throw snowballs made of real snow at Santa’s Snowball Toss
-Ride the giant 108-foot Ferris wheel overlooking the majestic Radiance! light show
-Ride the Christmas Carousel, Bucking Reindeer, and train
-Spin out on bumper cars on ice
-Meet Santa Claus and much more
Tired of long lines and wait times? This year you’ll park your car and enjoy a hot chocolate on board the ‘Holly Jolly Trolley,’ the new high-capacity ride vehicles. Sit back, relax and marvel at 3 millions lights synchronized and dancing to everyone’s favorite holiday tunes.”
Recently, the organizers also added another attraction for kids called Santa’s Snowball Toss according to a Facebook post from November 12 which says,
“REAL snow in Frisco this Christmas? You betcha! Have fun throwing snowballs at naughty elves and moving targets in Santa snowball toss! Then see our 3 MILLION lights animated to your favorite holiday tunes. Only at Radiance! Frozen in Frisco. #radiance #christmasmood #friscotx #snowball #holidaylightshow”
Additionally, they also posted some photos of the said latest attraction in the same post.
The festival will take place in Rider’s Field 7300 on these following dates:
Nov 18, 2021 at 6 pm
Nov 19, 2021 at 6 pm
Nov 20, 2021 at 6 pm