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Christmas Light Display At OKC House Goes Viral

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The lights are choreographed to come on and off that correspond to the different beats of the different Christmas music. The lights are choreographed to come on and off that correspond to the different beats of the different Christmas music.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Word is spreading about a Christmas light display on a house at Northwest 19th Street and Olie just North of downtown OKC.

Don Hawkins and Mick Shirron started the display six years ago with 35,000 lights. That number has grown to 55,000 lights.

The lights are choreographed to come on and off that correspond to the different beats of the different Christmas music.

Donte Webb says he and his girlfriend have driven by the display several times in the past two weeks.

"It's exciting. It's exciting to see, I see people come and watch every night," he said.

The show runs every night from 5:30 until midnight. Hawkins says the show ends at midnight New Years night.

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