This family lit up their house to Macklemore's 'Downtown' and it's incredible
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Halloween is just around the corner and one family went all out for their light display.
Posted to Ellen DeGeneres' "Ellentube," Edward's Landing Light's have their house set to the tune of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "Downtown." Many see lighting up their house as an after thought. Let's throw on some lights and we will be good to go. Not with this family, this is surely a commitment!
The description of the video states that in order to no disrupt their neighbors, their is no music playing, but instead anyone who would like to come and see this masterpiece turns on their FM radio and enjoy!
It also seems like they have the whole budget figured out, too! They state the they use LED lights for their display and try to be as cost efficient as possible! " We estimate the electric bill for the display at $25-$35 to run the display for the Halloween season."
Check out another amazing Halloween display in the video below!