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News: This ‘Let It Go’ Inspired Light Show Will Have You Frozen

Light shows to Disney songs are probably the best things in the world.

An Austin, Texas family love the holidays so much that since 2010 they’ve been putting on light shows for their family, neightborhood, and friends.  John Storms and his wife decided to set their light show this year to the popular song “Let it Go” from the movie “Frozen”.

The Huffington Post reports,

“We have an awesome neighborhood,” Storms told the Huffington Post in an email. “When we do the lights to music we have the neighbors, family, friends come out with their camp chairs and we all sit in the street and watch the show. Its a great little neighborhood activity.”

Putting up decrotations of this magnitude is not an easy fete.  The Storms have been working on this light show since Februrary.  The Storms say, “This year has been more challenging that most with the addition of individually controlled color changing lights to the tree line.”

You would think that the display would cost a fortune but Storms says it cost about $6.  The light show uses LED lights which use a lot less energy than the regular lights they have on their indoor Christmas Tree.  The computer that runs the show is also energy efficient to keep costs down.

If you are the Scrooge, don’t think these light shows are going away any time soon.  The Storms say they will be putting on these shows for years to come and we are looking forward to it.  Catch a clip of the hour long light show that is sure to make your Monday that much brighter.

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