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Front-line health workers get a sneak peek at RSL’s ‘Light the RioT’ drive-thru show

Cara Martinez takes a photo of Illyana Martinez and Emma Morgan as Tristan Morgan drives them through “Light the Rio T,” a drive-thru light show, outside Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Monday, May 4, 2020. Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

Cara Martinez takes a photo of Illyana Martinez and Emma Morgan as Tristan Morgan drives them through “Light the RioT,” a drive-thru light show outside Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Monday. The show, which features 1 million LED lights synchronized to music, kicked off Monday with a special free preview night for front-line health care workers. Public visitation will run through May 13, from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. each night. Attendees will watch the 20-minute show from their vehicles and tune their radios to a locally established channel to listen to the music. Admission is $30, with all proceeds benefiting Frontline Relief, a program that provides financial assistance for workers affected by COVID-19. Tickets are required and space is limited. They can be purchased at lighttheriot.com.