Bainbridge Falls, a block of homes near Murrieta with holiday lights synchronized to music, is back this year and bigger than before.
"We now have 20 houses that are sync'ed up," said main organizer and Bainbridge Circle resident, Ted Weist, who took three weeks of vacation from work to engineer this year's display.
Named Bainbridge Falls after Bedford Falls in the classic Christmas movie, "It's A Wonderful Life," the street launched this year's display Thanksgiving night.
"The crowds have already started to build, and I think it is going to be very busy this year," said Weist, also known in the neighborhood as "The Wizard."
Here are some stats on this year's display, from Weist:
Houses involved: 20
Wireless controllers: 52
Lights: Between 180,000 and 220,000
Set up time: 22 days
Extension cords: More than 1, 000
New songs added: three
Total number of songs: 13
Show times: From 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. every night
Bainbridge Falls is located on Bainbridge Circle in unincorporated Murrieta, 92563. It can be accessed from Willows Avenue, which can be taken from Winchester Road or Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Viewers can tune their car radio to 88.5 FM as they arrive at Bainbridge Circle.
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