Taylor Swift, Mariah Carey, 'Greatest Showman' & More Soundtrack Epic Christmas Light Displays: Watch
’Tis the season for trees, presents, candy canes and, of course, magnificent Christmas light displays. The more ambitious among us have gotten into the outdoor decorating spirit by setting epic holiday light shows to some of today’s most popular songs.
These are the best ones we’ve found so far.
Taylor Swift’s “Ready for It”
Didn’t know this would take off! Here’s a better version! pic.twitter.com/MGB5nWaAoE— Tay Stans Only (@coverboiii) November 25, 2018
Imagine Dragons' “Believer”
Happy Holidays pic.twitter.com/mwpYqxNFgp— Dan Reynolds (@DanReynolds) November 26, 2018
Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds can be seen watching his band’s “Believer” brighten a house into a rainbow in a Las Vegas neighborhood with one of his twin daughters.
The Greatest Showman’s “This Is Me”
A family in Alvin, Texas, covered their property in 60,000 Christmas lights and set it to the powerful “This Is Me” from last year’s holiday favorite The Greatest Showman.
Mariah Carey’s “Lil Snowman, Brenda Lee’s “Rockin Around the Christmas Tree” remix, Simple Plan’s “Christmas Everyday” & Lindsey Stirling’s “Carol of the Bells”
The Carter Family’s Christmas Lights show in Alberta Lea, Minn., was created by people serious about the holidays (and solid Christmas songs) by featuring not one, but four festive jams.
Frozen’s “Let It Go” remix & more
A handful of families in Atlanta are really getting in on the holiday happiness with some of the craziest musical light shows around. A list of some of the greatest ones in the area can be found at AJC.com.
John Tomasi, an ultimate Phish fan from New Jersey, set his elaborate light display to the tune of the jam band's song "Llama." Tomasi's inspiration came from the elaborate and colorful light sequences that are a staple at every Phish show.
Panic! at the Disco's "Feels Like Christmas"
One Panic! at the Disco lover set their house to the band's original swingin' holiday song, "Feels Like Christmas," which debuted last December. The roof sparkles, the sidewalk candy canes flash and the windows glow with festive cheer.
Frank Ocean's "Nights"
This one wins. That's all.
HOLY SHIT, YOU FRANK OCEAN FUCKERS SEE THIS? pic.twitter.com/Mr9Ywg6hEQ— kwa (@Khoaalude) December 18, 2018