The Holiday Road light show
NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WZZM) -- An outdoor light show that's been the cause of traffic jams for the last five years is indoors this year.
Brad Boyink sold his Spring Lake home and moved his Holiday Road light show to the Pointes Shopping Center in Norton Shores. The location is just off U.S. 31 at the Sternberg Rd. exit.
The indoor space holds 200 spectators at a time. The show is free, but donations for Special Olympics Michigan are encoraged.
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New this year is a pass system that will keep spectators from waiting in line to see the show.
"The pass has a guaranteed time on it to see the show," says Boyink. "You know if it will take two hours you can go out, shop, eat, and come back and you can get right in."
The Holiday Road light show opens Thanksgiving night at 6 p.m.. It runs weeknights 6-9 p.m. and weekends 6-10 p.m.