Six Flags Magic Mountain was aglow for the first night of Holiday in the Park on Saturday as attendees marveled at over a million lights on display.
Lights were not the only thing to see though. Attendees got the opportunity to enjoy holiday-themed characters, a special craft area for the kids and much more.
“It’s really just an amazing festival of lights,” said Pam Bugbee, the manager of entertainment and events at Magic Mountain.
One such person who came to enjoy the lights was Jennifer Jackman. She has seen other light shows at places such as Disneyland and is still impressed with the display Magic Mountain puts on.
“This was actually a really fun light show,” she said.
Holiday in the Park will continue through Jan. 1.