SEDONA, AZ - If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind show, you may want to go to Sedona this weekend.
A massive light show will be projected onto Sedona's Camel's Head Rock, dubbed the "USA's largest projection show on natural canvas."
The show is called "Sedona Northern Lights" and will be projected onto the mountainous canvas for four nights, Dec. 14 - 17, to celebrate the Sedona Art Center's 60th anniversary.
Because of its size -- 182 million square feet -- the free show will be visible from many spots in the Sedona area, we're told. It has also been synchronized to music. Make sure to tune the radio to KYBC 96.3 and AM 1600. Did we mention the show is free?
Some of the local bars, restaurants and hotels are offering special packages and viewing areas that may come with a fee. Other areas are free and may be crowded.
Each show is five to six minutes long and will run nightly at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. at the top of the hour, according to a news release.
It was developed by Los Angeles-based Paintscaping, which specializes in 3-D projection mapping. Twelve projectors will display the show onto the rock covering 182 million square feet, the release said.