The other day I was writing about how I was missing so many things from Christmas’ past. One of the things I mentioned was last year going with my grand daughter to see Christmas Lights. She would ring peoples doorbells. When they answered, she would sing Jingle Bells.
What I didn’t realize until we got there was it was the exact neighborhood that my grand daughter and I visited the year before.
The Lightshowlane light show is a computer controlled Christmas light show that utilizes hundreds of computer channels (Animated Lighting and DMX), LED’s, strobe lights, low power lasers and other visual effects to create a synchronized music light show. The lights are synchronize to over 30 songs resulting in a show that lasts approximately 1 hours 30 minutes. The music is also transmitted on short range FM so you can stay in your car and watch the show on a cold or rainy day. Lightshowlane is a proud sponsor of Toys For Tots and the Salvation Army.
I love Christmas and everything about it. I was able to watch the lights for a good 30 minutes or so.
Bart loves sound and lights. We ended up having a really nice time. Bart felt the urge to crank up the base on his subs to a few of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra songs.
I can’t wait until we see TSO next Wednesday night!
I did a periscope broadcast of part of the show. You can watch it below.