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Home Syncs Christmas Lights up To "Party Rock," Happily ODs on Holiday Cheer
Dec 1, 2016
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Jeff Gaudet has been decking out his Billerica, Mass. home for Christmas since 2011, syncing up thousands of festive LED lights to dance in rhythm to a select playlist.
Cars are invited to drive by the house at designated times of the week during the holidays to witness this spectacle. There's also a radio on the front lawn for people to listen to if they're on foot.
“It’s so much work but we try to remember
why we do it
,” Gaudet told Wicked Local last January.
“It puts a smile on my wife’s face and that’s worth the work.”
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