By CHELSEA HUANG
Throughout the years, we've seen tons of crazy holiday decorations and even more wild home light shows (almost always set to "Wizards of Winter" by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra).
This year, a video of one California neighborhood is already going completely viral, thanks to their incredible collaborative effort for a massive spectacle seen from the skies.
Eight years ago, three houses in Yucaipa, Calif. created the joint holiday light show, and it has since expanded to sixteen homes in the suburban neighborhood.
The amazing video posted on YouTube on Dec. 7 was shot by a drone and really captures the vast scope and amount of work put into the project.
"It takes a few weeks to assemble everything. It is a lot of work and requires everyone's help to accomplish," Jeff Maxey, who uploaded the video to YouTube, told Jukin Media. "Every house puts up their own lights."
People are invited to see the show in person, and it actually gets visitors from around the world. If you do choose to pay the festive Yucaipa neighbors a visit, be sure to be respectful of the neighborhood and the homes.
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