“Symphony of Lights” at Gulfstream Park 2015Posted on: November 27th, 2015 by SoFlaNights.com
More than 250,000 LED lights will be affixed to buildings and trees in The Village at Gulfstream Park’s Champions Plaza. These lights are programmed to blink in sync with recorded music by Trans-Siberian Orchestra. The breathtaking show is created using 2,000 watts of sound, 47,000 feet of cable and 10 tons of holiday decorations. Symphony in Lights is choreographed by renowned light artist Carson Williams, who garnered fame after a home video of his Mason, Ohio home’s holiday light and music show made its way to YouTube in 2005.
Symphony of Lights, a free nightly holiday light show featuring Santa and Mrs. Claus, stilt walkers, toy soldiers, and jugglers will be on hand to join in the fun on select nights. Light shows run every hour on the hour from 6-11PM, through Dec. 31. Special holiday train rides will also be offered from 6-10PM on December 18, 19, and 24. @ShopGulfstream