PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — 30th Street Station is getting into the patriotic spirit much like the rest of the city as the Democratic National Convention approaches.

If you catch the train from there or happen to drive by it on your commute home over the next week and a half you’ll notice the tan building transformed into a festive red, white and blue.

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Colorful lights and sweeping stars will greet thousands of travelers expected to visit 30th Street throughout the four-day convention in Philadelphia and anyone sightseeing nearby.

The light shows will occur nightly beginning at 8 p.m. and ending at 3 a.m. through July 31. The display will take place on the station’s 29th Street facade as a partnership between Amtrak and the University City District.

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Amtrak will flip the lights on for the first time tonight.