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Nation's largest 3-D light show comes to Sedona

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SEDONA - A 3-D light show months in the making made its premiere Thursday night onto one of Sedona’s most iconic rock formations, Camel's Head Rock.

The Sedona Northern Lights Holiday Spectacular is slated to run from Dec. 14 through Dec. 18 with four, five-minute showings every hour beginning at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. in honor of the Sedona Art Center's 60th anniversary.

Those traveling to see the show are encouraged to visit SedonaNorthernLights.com to see where the best places to view are, but since the projection is an incredible 182 million square feet, it is visible from almost anywhere in uptown Sedona.

“If they are driving up there are four shows a night, so if you miss the 6 o’clock show get to a parking lot,” said Jennifer Wesselhoff, president and CEO of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce. “Go to any of the businesses in uptown Sedona and you’ll have a great view."

Once you get to a viewing area, tune in to KYBC 96.3 or AM 1600 to hear the music that goes along with the show.

Sedona Mayor Sandy Moriarty says this is a first for the city and is looking forward to seeing what affect it will have on the town.

“When this came up it was really exciting to hear about it and think about what it would be for us,” said Moriarty.

Many area restaurants, bars and hotels are offering packages and viewing areas that may come at a price, but many other viewing spots are free.

Moriarty also says she hopes it brings more tourism to the town during a time of year when business normally slows down.

“I think it will help bring more visitors at this time and it’s not just for visitors, it’s for everybody,” she said. “We hope everyone will come and see it because it is something unique.

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