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4 Awesome Christmas Light Show Videos

Christmas Light Show Videos in Pittsburgh

Christmas Light Show Videos in Pittsburgh

Are you one of those people who drives around Pittsburgh looking for beautiful displays of Christmas lights and luminarias? Then you might appreciate these light shows created by pghImagineer somewhere in the Burgh. The videos are fun to watch, but Boring Pittsburgh is curious what his neighbors think of his hobby (and what his next light be will be like).


2011 Christmas Light Show – The Polar Express (Hot Chocolate)

Show includes 15,000 lights, 6 flood lights, 28 strobe lights, 30 blow molds, and 1 video projector all synchronized to the “Hot Chocolate” scene from “The Polar Express” using 96 channels of Light-O-Rama animation. Pittsburgh, PA. Enjoy!

2011 Christmas Light Show – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

Show includes 15,000 lights, 6 flood lights, 28 strobe lights, 30 blow molds, and 1 video projector all synchronized to the “250 Strands of Light” scene from “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” using 96 channels of Light-O-Rama animation. Pittsburgh, PA. Enjoy!

Show includes 15,000 lights, 6 flood lights, 28 strobe lights, 30 blow molds, and 1 video projector all synchronized to the opening credits of “Phineas and Ferb Christmas Vacation” using 96 channels of Light-O-Rama animation. Pittsburgh, PA. Enjoy!

Back in October, pghImagineer created a cool light show for Halloween based on Disney’s Haunted Mansion If you liked the videos above, then this one is worth a look.

Send us your Christmas lights pics and videos…

UPDATE:
Boring Pittsburgh just came across what might be considered one of the most bad-ass Christmas light shows ever, and it was created by another Pittsburgher. Awesome!

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