Let It Shine announces First Responders Night Nov. 14
In appreciation of first responders, military members and law enforcement officers, Let It Shine is designating Nov. 14 as "Shine Bright Heroes" day. With a valid ID, all first responders will be welcome -- free of charge -- for an exclusive showing of the new holiday lightshow from 6 to 9 p.m. at Northbrook Court.
"We are proud to pay tribute and celebrate the frontline heroes for their critical role this year," says Katie Peterson, Director of Public Affairs for Let It Shine. "It's our small way of saying thank you for their ongoing work to keeping us all safe this year."
Despite the uptick in lockdown measures taking place in the Chicago area, guests are invited to stay in their cars and experience the holiday magic with out having to worry about close interaction with others. This is especially important for healthcare workers needing to take extra precautions.
The drive-through show is staged in the west parking lot of Northbrook Court. Entry to the event is on the south west side of the mall, adjacent to Corner Bakery and AMC Theaters.
No online ticket reservations are required but employment badges/appropriate IDs will be checked upon entry.
Acceptable forms of ID include the following personnel: physicians, nurses, paramedics, EMTs, firefighters, police officers, firefighters, active & inactive military members and veterans. Offer valid only on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Tickets available for purchase for Nov. 15 to Jan. 9. Buy tickets at shinelightshow.com.
About Let It Shine:
Let It Shine is a brand-new curated drive thru light show launching at Northbrook Court from Nov. 15 to Jan. 9. The state-of-the-art, touchless light display will immerse visitors into a symphony of sight and sound, all synchronized to holiday classics from the comfort of their car. Visit shinelightshow.com for more information and connect on social media @ShineLightShow2020.