In the spirit of being digital, this post comes to you directly from my mobile phone.
Awesomeness: The All-LED Christmas light show begins in just one week. Featuring a new Genre of electronic music called DUBSTEP. Christmas and Dubstep; what a combo.
More Awesomeness: I will be attending the amazing Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert in just a matter of hours with my lively fiance, Sarah.
Final details of this year’s display will be in my next post.
Details on the upcoming 2011 edition of the Merry Digital Christmas light show to come. If you are in the area, tune to 106.9 FM or revisit this webpage often for updates.
Thank you for all who supported and all who came to see the show. I hope you’re all looking forward to next Christmas season as much as I already am.
Look for updates in early October 2011! Have a great spring and summer!
Thank you to everyone who supports Merry Digital Christmas. Thank you all for coming out to our house this year.
Although Christmas 2010 is Christmas past, don’t worry, the show will continue to run until the end of the year.
So if you have not been out so see it, you still have time!
Merry Christmas everyone. As always hours are extended Dec. 23rd to 26th.
If you have not been out yet, use the “about the show” link on the navigation menu to find out Christmas light show.
Use the link below to find my display. The link will take you to the MapQuest website and the destination will already be filled in for you. All you have to do is enter the address you’re coming from and you’ll get step by step directions and a map to see my Christmas light display.
Get Directions From Anywhere!
Thanks to a good friend, I have a brand new for 2010 updated list of everyone who has submitted info about their own Christmas light show. Click here to see the list.
I want to know about your Christmas lights. Animated or static display; doesn’t matter. Click on the Other Light Shows link on the main menu (left side). Scroll down to the bottom of the page where you can leave information about your Christmas light display. OR comment on this post to send your info. Remember to include important information like your address/location and when we can come see your display. Other info you might incude are the number of lights you have, number of computerized light circuits (channels), the radio channel you’re broadcasting on, or whatever you want to tell us.
No display is too large or small to be featured here. Share it with us!
Tonight’s show did not run because of major computer failure. I hope to have a new computer up and running by the end of the night for tomorrow’s show at 5:30 pm.
Since about December 1st, the show has been running with only minor hiccups that I have been able to solve without much downtime.
Statistics and Information on this years Christmas Light Show:
New Address: 817 Cuthbert Rd, Toledo, OH 43607
Hours: Daily, 5:30 pm to 11:30 pm
Radio Station: 106.9 FM (hear the music that is synced to the lights)
Tech Specs: 6000 lights on 16 LOR channels drawing 16 amps and thus producing almost 2000 watts of power.
Come out and see the show and while your out, check out some other light shows in the area. Details like location and time of other Christmas light show displays can be found here.