A family in Havana is helping spread holiday cheer through lights and music.
It's one of the largest displays in the area and has thousands of visitors each year.
For seven years the Allison family has been decorating their home on Sandy Creek Road in Havana.
They started with 40,000 lights and are now up to 156,000. The display syncs with 102.5 FM so families driving by can tune in.
Eyewitness news talked to one woman who brought her three grandchildren to see the lights.
"We said 'this is going to be spectacular' and it really is! It's wonderful with the music and it puts you in such a great Christmas spirit," Lois Jones said.
"Words cannot describe how great this is just to minister to people and to see the joy on their faces when they come out," Daniel Allison, the display creator said.
The lights are turned on every night between Thanksgiving and
Christmas from 6-10 PM.