Large Christmas light show in back garden for charity

Picture credit: Eindhoven News media library

30 000 Christmas lights that “dance to the beat of music” for charity: The Ronald-McDonald House in Veldhoven.

For the eighth consecutive year the back garden of the Visser family is buzzing. Their Christmas light show has grown over the years to an event that draws about 5 000 visitors.

Twice an evening there is a performance where the Christmas lights dance to the beat of the music. From Frozen to a vigorous Dubstep – you will find it all in this rousing Christmas mix.

There is a collection box in the garden where people can leave a donation for the Ronald-McDonald House in Veldhoven. Last year a large amount of €1 500 was collected for charity.

The show can be seen at the back of 2 Zevenberg in Veldhoven. Show times are at 18:30 and 20:00 and last about 15 minutes. The lights will be up until 1 January. Entrance is free. For more information, see Facebook on the site.


Source: Studio040
Translation: Melinda

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