10 Insane Christmas Light Display Videos

These are some next-level light displays!

Thanks to broadband speeds and advances in lighting technology, Christmas lights have gone from something you rig up on a tree to impress your kids to something you connect to a computer and program to impress your neighborhood, and beyond! If you film your crazy lights display, expect it to end up on the Internet, like these 10 incredible, absolutely insane Christmas lights videos.

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Here's the video that kicked off the Christmas lights light show craze on the Internet. Carson Williams, a skilled lighting designer, rigged up 16,000 lights to a lighting control and programmed his whole set up to be syncopated to the Trans Siberian Orchestra Christmas-themed song "Wizards in Winter."

The results are incredible and it's no wonder Williams' video has racked up 11 million views and counting online. More »

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Set to the song "Christmas Can Can" by Straight No Chaser, this display was featured twice on ABC's Good Morning America.

Insane, yes.... Wicked cool? DEFINITELY.

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YouTuber and light master extraordinaire Tom BetGeorge does it again with this stellar (see what I did there?) light display that was set to the music from Star Wars.

EPIC! The force is strong with this display. More »

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Featured on ABC's The Great Christmas Light Fight, this family's insane Dubstep Christmas light display makes you feel like you're up in da club, sucking on glow sticks! 

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TSO
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Imagine Metallica scoring your Christmas lights show and you're halfway to the madness in this video. The Trans Siberian Orchestra makes some of the most incredible and certainly most ridiculous Christmas music to ever be released. More »

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At the beginning of this video, a screen pops up that indicates that the city of Brighton may have ticked off the person who hangs up the city's Christmas lights.

Whatever makes us think that? Maybe all the borderline obscenities in the decorations? Yeah... that's probably it. More »

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Here's a video that all but surpasses Carson Williams' "Christmas Lights Gone Wild." More lights and a crazier configuration foriming a wonderful, crazy light spiral make this video fantastic.

This display is also set to "Wizards in Winter," the very same song from "Christmas Lights Gone Wild!" Though a cooler display, "Frisco Christmas Lights" will always be in the shadow of "Christmas Lights Gone Wild." For shame! No one likes a copycat. More »

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The neighbors of this Manchester, UK family don't seem to appreciate their bright flashing holiday light display... so they got hilarious revenge!

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Who knew "Amazing Grace" could be such a hot techno jam? This video is tremendous for the sheer drama involved. Guys, it's just Christmas lights! "Amazing Techno" is also noteworthy thanks to some pretty cool camera angles and editing. Sure, that makes the whole video a bit less viral, but it looks pretty! More »

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What happens when you connect your Nintendo Wii to your Christmas lights? Christmas Light Hero, of course! It's a playable version of the "Guitar Hero" video game series that's rigged to a massive Christmas lights display. The song performed in the video is "Cliffs of Dover" by Eric Johnson. Another future Christmas carol!

This article was updated by Beverly Jenkins on September 28, 2016. More »

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