Twin Falls Home Displays Lights And Music
Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) If you've driven by Polk Street and Filer Avenue in Twin Falls recently you've probably noticed a home with thousands of lights.
Many call the home, the candy cane house.
It’s the third year for this massive lights display programmed to music.
So how does it all work?
"2 days for the lighting and 2 days for electrical and a year for programming” said homeowner Randy Paulino.
100-thousand lights each bulb controlled by a computer.
"Each light is controlled by the computer. There are 16 channels for each box and four boxes” said Paulino.
Lots of work, for lots of kids to enjoy.
“We do it for the kids, we have kids dancing around that’s why we do it” said Paulino.
If you're planning to come out, plan some extra time. It takes one hour to get through all 22 songs.
"This is the first year we did it. we drove by the other night and saw them. we were bored so we decided to come out” said Diana Paredez, enjoying the lights.
"I think it's cool. The kids like it. It’s a fun experience for the family” said Kristen Russell, enjoying the lights.
You can expect more from the candy cane house in the future.
The lights display has special hours running until 1 a.m. on Christmas Eve.