Star Wars Music Christmas Light Show

Dec 19, 2014

Category: Entertainment

Apparently school teachers in San Francisco can use the Force too. Tom BetGeorge, just a guy, a music teacher who likes both Star Wars and Christmas, has gone for the gusto with his holiday house light show. And the gusto he has gotten.

Using some 100,000 lights, BetGeorge has synced them up to a bevy of composer John Williams’ best scores from the films, including the “Star Wars Main Title” theme, “Duel of the Fates” and “The Imperial March.” He says he spent about 1,000 hours making sure everything looks right, and come on, the dude has a 17-foot long guitar, 19-foot long piano, and light-up drum kit in his driveway! Amazingly, he says he built much of the decorations from scratch, using wood, metal, acrylic and corrugated plastic. The icing on the cake? With all the spectators coming by, he’s also asking for donations for a program at his church that provides free meals for the homeless. This is Santa Claus 2014.

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