Holiday Light Festival more eco-friendly
GRIFFITH PARK (KABC) -- It's a holiday tradition that attracts more than half-a-million visitors each year. The 12th Annual Los Angeles DWP and Griffith Park Holiday Light Festival was in full swing Tuesday night.
It's a holiday tradition that attracts more than half-a-million visitors each year. Tuesday night.
Visitors walked or drove through the mile-long stretch of lights.
This year's display is more eco friendly. The colored bulbs of the past have been replaced by light-emitting diodes that use 60 percent less power.
The display took three months to set up.
You can catch the lights until Sunday, Dec. 30.
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