Utah’s holiday season is brightening with an extraordinary Christmas light show at Bill Nordgren’s home. His annual setup, where he syncs numerous lights to classic Christmas tunes, has been a tradition for years. The stunning show lasts almost an hour and lasts from 5 to 11 PM.
Bill’s latest video clip brings this year’s Christmas spectacle to life. It’s an invitation to immerse yourself in the holiday spirit, to bundle up in warmth, and to enjoy a cup of hot cocoa with loved ones while experiencing Utah’s most dazzling light display.
The show opens with a drive-thru light exhibit that captures the essence of the holidays. Small trees, adorned to mimic the charm of traditional Christmas trees, flicker in unison, controlled by sophisticated lighting software. The synchronization is impeccable, creating a dance of lights that moves with the classic Christmas tunes we have heard since childhood. Creating a nostalgic environment.
The first track played is the evergreen Christmas song by Andy Williams, “It’s A Wonderful Time of the Year.” The lights on the tiny Christmas trees change from green to white, mirroring the song’s cheerful rhythm. The display extends to the porch’s massive pine trees. The lights on the giant pine tree are arranged so intricately that they resemble a giant Christmas tree with the Christmas star on top.
The roof’s decoration is equally impressive, with lights synced to create the illusion of falling snowflakes and the huge screen. This detail adds a playful yet nostalgic touch, evoking memories of classic holiday imagery.
Next, “Holly Jolly Christmas” by Burl Ives brightens the front porch with more lights springing to life. The light show is a testament to the meticulous planning and programming that goes into creating such a harmonious spectacle.
The video progresses through various Christmas classics, each bringing its unique light arrangement. From the “Wonderful Christmastime” by Paul McCartney, which gives a snowy feel with white and bright lights, to the jazzy tunes of “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” the show keeps surprising and delighting the audience.
Other melodies like “Nutrocker,” “A Mad Russian Christmas,” and many other Christmas classics add to the charm, with red and white lights creating a spellbinding effect. The display is not just a visual treat but a journey through the sounds of the season.
As you watch this video clip, remember to share it with friends and family. Because it’s a showcase of holiday joy and creativity, a beacon of the Christmas spirit that brings us together in celebration and awe.