A festive drive-through celebration for Dodgers' fans

A drive-through holiday light show in Los Angeles is attracting all types of people… especially hardcore Dodgers fans.

That’s because the spectacle - held in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium - replaces a victory parade that should have marked the Dodgers’ first World Series win since 1988.

But not everything that should happen is happening these days.

So now - weeks after the Dodgers’ World Series win - socially-distant fans are coming out to celebrate:

"I've been a season ticket holder for thirty plus years and I'm so excited to be here, thank you."

"Real excited - this is kind of good cuz you really can't do anything else. So this is a good alternative to get out of the house and, you know, take part of the Christmas spirit.”

There's not much to do while under the city's current ‘stay-at-home’ order.

But this is one of them: A 30-minute drive past LED video displays of Dodgers players… giant bobbleheads including the legendary former team manager Tommy Lasorda… music... a cowgirl surrounded by unicorns… and a custom-made championship trophy.

"Of course, you got to be in the holiday spirit, especially with 2020. There's nothing else you can be, is be happy.”

For Dodgers' fans - who are required to stay in their cars and wear face masks if the windows are rolled down - this 'party' is better late than never.

Video Transcript

- A drive-through holiday light show in Los Angeles is attracting all types of people, especially hardcore Dodgers fans.

- Go Dodgers!

- Let's go!

- Whew!

- Champions!

- That's because the spectacle held in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium replaces a victory parade that should have marked the Dodgers' first World Series win since 1988.

- Whew!

- But not everything that should happen is happening these days. So now, weeks after the Dodgers' World Series win, socially distant fans are coming out to celebrate.

- I've been a ticket holder for 30 plus years. And I'm so excited to be here! Thank you!

- Real excited. This is kind of good, cause you really can't do anything else. So this is a good alternative to get out of the house and, you know, take part in the Christmas spirit.

- There's not much to do while under the city's current stay-at-home order, but this is one of them. A 30 minute drive past LED video displays of Dodgers players, giant bobble-heads including the legendary former team manager Tommy Lasorda, a cowgirl surrounded by unicorns, and a custom-made championship trophy.

- Oh, of course. You got to be in the holiday spirit, especially with 2020. There's nothing else you can be-- is be happy.

- Merry Christmas. Go Dodgers baseball!

- For Dodgers' fans, who are required to stay in their cars and wear face masks if the windows are rolled down, this party is better late than never.

- Yay!