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DAK Lights 2020 Halloween Performance
Venue: Randolph Park, Pulaski
Directions: Google Map Link
Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Time: 7:00 - 10:00 PM
Event Types: Miscellaneous, Family Friendly
Cost: Free

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DAK Lights presents their 2020 Halloween Season Performances at Randolph Park in Pulaski, VA starting on Thursday, October 9, 2020 through Halloween night on Saturday, October 31, 2020.

Performance Schedule:
• Every Sunday through Thursday Night: 7:00-10:00 pm
• Every Friday and Saturday Night: 7:00-11:00 pm

DAK Lights returns for their first ever Halloween edition of their light show! Join us for some Halloween-themed music each night including “Thriller” by Michael Jackson, “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker, Jr., and more. It’s a family friendly and socially-distanced outing that everyone will enjoy!

DAK Lights is an annual Christmas light and music show which premiered in November 2010. Every year, hundreds of families from around the New River Valley come to visit between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve to enjoy a roughly 20-minute light show set to Christmas music being broadcast over 103.9FM. Since its inception, the show has grown from about 3,000 incandescent (traditional) Christmas lights in white, red, and green to over 20,000 LED Christmas lights capable of producing millions of color combinations.

DAK Lights has been featured in local media, including "The Burgs" in Blacksburg, VA, WSLS-TV in Roanoke, VA, and WFXR-TV in Roanoke, VA, has won the "Best Christmas Decoration" award based on reader votes from "The Southwest Times" in Pulaski, and was the runner-up for the "Light Up Your Hometown" contest by WDBJ-TV in Roanoke, VA.


In 2018, DAK Lights moved to a new location at Randolph Park in Dublin, VA. This move gives us better parking and viewing locations, and also provides room to grow for many years to come. Since its inception, the show has grown from about 3,000 incandescent (traditional) lights in white, red, and green to over 20,000 LED lights capable of producing millions of color combinations.

As you approach the back of the park, tune your car's radio to 103.9 FM to listen to the show. There are plenty of parking spots available with excellent views of the entire light show. Please remember to turn off your headlights and don't block the road or obstruct others.

Our show starts at 7:00 pm each night, and then repeats continuously until the stop time. You can start watching from any point and enjoy the show in whatever order you'd like! When you're ready to head out, turn right out of the parking lot and follow the circle back towards the front of the park.

DAK Lights has been and always will be free, offering entertainment to everyone.

To comply with Pulaski County government requirements allowing our light show this year, please remain in your vehicle during your visit. Pulaski County government has graciously allowed us to continue our light show as long as we ensure everyone remains inside their vehicle; please do your part to help us meet their requirements so we can continue with Halloween and Christmas light shows for years to come!

Peak times for heavy traffic are 8:00-9:00 pm, so plan your visit either before or after for a better view of the show.

Note: Performances are weather permitting.

Randolph Park is located at 5100 Alexander Road in Dublin, VA.

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