Victoria Wonderland drive-thru show cancelled due to COVID-19

A rendering of Victoria Wonderland, a drive-thru immersive holiday experience that has been cancelled due to COVID-19. (Courtesy of Transcend Victoria)
Organizers hope to host a similar event, if restrictions allow, in the new year
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