An Entire Neighborhood Teamed Up to Create the Most Insane Christmas Light Show Ever

by John Boone 1:24 PM PST, December 10, 2014
Photo: YouTube

You know that neighbor who gets waaay too into Christmas and fills his lawn with fake reindeer and inflatable snowmen and candy cane decorations? And covers his house in lights that he keeps up a little too long? And you’re like, “What are you trying to prove?”

Here’s a neighborhood where every neighbor is that neighbor:

This incredible synchronized light show comes from the suburb of Yucaipa, Cali. and was shot by Jeff Maxey using a drone. The above video is set to Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” and the one below, which gives you a better look at the 16 houses involved, features Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s “Wizard of Winter.”

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If you want something a little more traditional — by which we mean there's one house with an insane amount of lights — here is John Storms’ 2014 tribute to Frozen. Of course, that means “Let It Go.”

And “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”

Because the most Frozen-y year ever wouldn’t be complete without a nutso Frozen light show.

And while you're here, make sure you check out ET's festive holiday playlist: