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Wild Lights display returns at Louisville Zoo

The display, which returns in mid-March, features more than 70 illuminated lanterns of zoo animals and more.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — According to a release, Louisville Zoo has announced the return of the 'Wild Lights' display. T-Mobile is sponsoring the event which begins March 19 and runs through May 30. 

Guest can expect to see a new lineup of lanterns including more than 70 illuminated displays made of thousands of silk-covered pieces lit by over 50,000 LED light bulbs. 

Wild Lights will include displays of zoo animals, dinosaurs and other animals. Interactive and photo opportunity displays include a pumpkin carriage, angel wings and lit walking stars along with a bubbling lotus corridor, a tyrannosaurus tunnel and a 49-foot animatronic whale.

Wild Lights is in partnership with Tianyu Arts & Culture, an international event design company. Tianyu has produced 42 lantern events in 24 cities welcoming over 3 million visitors.

The event is wheelchair and stroller friendly on a paved path. The festival will take place Wednesday through Sunday nights  6:30-10:30 p.m. from March 19 –May 30 and daily March 24–April 4.

For more information and ticketing options, click here.

    

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