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Shoshone Falls’ annual laser show is almost sold out. Here’s how you can still get tickets.

The annual Lights and Lasers at Shoshone Falls runs Wednesday through Saturday from 7-11 p.m. Though tickets are sold out for Friday and Saturday, there is still space for Wednesday and Thursday. General admission tickets for those 12-and-older are just $12; children 12-and-under are just $6. Children 5-and-under get into the show free.
The annual Lights and Lasers at Shoshone Falls runs Wednesday through Saturday from 7-11 p.m. Though tickets are sold out for Friday and Saturday, there is still space for Wednesday and Thursday. General admission tickets for those 12-and-older are just $12; children 12-and-under are just $6. Children 5-and-under get into the show free. Courtesy of Southern Idaho Tourism

If you’ve never been to Shoshone Falls, there’s no time like the present.

The annual Lights and Lasers at Shoshone Falls runs Wednesday through Saturday from 7-11 p.m. Though tickets are sold out for Friday’s and Saturday’s shows, there is still space on Wednesday and Thursday nights.

General admission tickets for those 12 and older are $12; they are just $6 for those younger than 12. Children 5 and younger get in free. Tickets cover entry and family activities, including face painting. Food vendors will also be on site.

Tickets are available here.

For the uninitiated, the show features hundreds of laser lights reflected along the Snake River, with the falls serving as a scenic backdrop. The show itself is expected to begin at 10 p.m.

According to a press release from Southern Idaho Tourism on Tuesday, water levels in the reservoir might be low due to a lack of snowmelt, meaning “flows over the falls will be low during the event.”

Those attending are asked to meet at the River Christian Fellowship Church parking lot in Twin Falls, where spectators will be bused about 2 miles to the falls. Spectators are encouraged to bring blankets, flashlights “and other items with them to make their time in the park enjoyable.”

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