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This Neighborhood Banded Together To Create One Jaw-Dropping Christmas Light Show

Is this the best Christmas light show of the holiday season? Quite possibly so.

YouTuber Jeff Maxey uploaded this mesmerizing clip Sunday of a neighborhood in Yucaipa, California, that banded together to synchronize their Christmas lights so they would all flash in time together to songs including the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s “Wizards of Winter."

Prepare to be amazed.


This isn’t the first time that a Christmas lighting display has been inspired by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s rock-inspired classical number. In 2005, an Ohio man named Carson Williams became something of an Internet celebrity after an earlier video of his home’s “Wizards of Winter” light show went viral. The clip was so popular, in fact, that Miller Lite would go on to use Williams’ video in a holiday-themed commercial.

It's been reported that Williams spent nearly two months and used approximately 25,000 Christmas lights to create his flashy display.

We can't even begin to imagine how much effort went into the brilliant Yucaipa neighborhood show. Visit the neighbors' Facebook page for more information about their display, and check out another one of their recent light shows -- this time to Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas" -- below:

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