30,000 Lights Dance to Music - Take 2

This is our second year of animated lights synchronized to music and we've taken it up a notch, with 30,000 lights in our display and over 220 computer-controlled circuits. We started setup in early October. Our animated show runs on a loop that's a little less than 40 minutes in length and starts at 5:30 each night, ending at 10:00 Sun - Thu and at 11:00 on Fri & Sat.

Our address is in Walker, but the show is just north of Center Point. It is free for everyone. For anyone who's interested in donating, however, we're collecting for a local charity.

For more information, check us out on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bluecreekchristmas.

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Lorraine says ... on Thursday, Dec 6 at 8:17 PM

I really like this song and the synchronization with the lights. Great job. Thank you to my friend, Deb, for sharing this video!

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