Popular Minn. Light Display Closes, Citing Party Buses

Popular Minn. Light Display Closes, Citing Party Buses

December 20, 2017 09:51 AM

MINNETRISTA, Minn. (AP) - A popular Twin Cities residential holiday light display that attracts 500 vehicles on a busy night has been shut down due to rowdy and intoxicated visitors.

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State of the art technology and months of preparation have made Trista Lights one of the most popular holiday light displays in the Twin Cities.

Homeowner Ryan Kasper-Cook says he and his neighbors have had a problem this year with a new trend of party buses taking tours of residential light displays. Kasper-Cook tells KARE-TV that loud, intoxicated guests usually get out of the bus, sometimes walk through their yards and are generally disruptive. So, the display had been shut down.

Kasper-Cook says it may return next year, possibly at another location.


Information from: KARE-TV


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