Our Story

2020 has arrived and with it comes the end of our 2019 Christmas Light Show. We had a great year and are so grateful to everyone who came from near and far to see our show. We hope we brought some Christmas joy to you and made your holiday a bit merrier. If you missed the show in person, you can check out the video of this year’s show below.

As always, feel free to Contact Us with any questions, suggestions, or advice for starting your own awesome light show!

Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/BroomfieldLights 

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We are Philip and Rose, a couple of young engineers with a love of travel, puppies, architecture, and lighting. We live in Broomfield, CO with our two dogs. In 2015, we began our Christmas lights adventure and have not looked back since!

Here’s our 2019 show video. You can find videos from all of our previous years on YouTube (links and an embedded version are available here). If you like what you see, consider helping us share the joy of Christmas with others.

If you liked our show, consider taking a trip down to Stapleton to 3402 Trenton St., Denver. This is our favorite other light show in the Denver area and features lots of cool pixel lighting sequenced to about 30 minutes of music. For other cool displays in Broomfield and beyond, check out our Lights around the Neighborhood page.

We hope you will find this site enjoyable, informative, and perhaps even inspiring. Please take what you learn here and share it with others. The biggest compliment you could pay us for the work we have put in is to go make a cool lighting display of your own and share it with the world.

And, because lawyers exist, here is a disclaimer. Everything we have written on this website is based on our own experiences. We have not intentionally lied or misled about anything and, as far as we have seen, cool Christmas lighting can be a safe and fun hobby. That said, your life is your own responsibility. Please, please, please be careful when working with electricity and ladders and drill bits and sharp metal and soldering irons and all the other potentially hazardous aspects of this adventure. If you don’t know how to do something, get help from someone who does. We take no responsibility for your outcomes or safety based on you following what we have written here.

Okay, that’s out of the way. Let’s go have fun with Christmas lights! For the highlights of what is new this year, check out Our Christmas Light Display. For more detail than you thought possible about how we built all of this, check out How It All Works

6 thoughts on “Our Story

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your holiday display with all of us!! Our family has enjoyed it very much and my husband and I have discovered a new holiday goal to work towards! Happy Holidays to you, from us!

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  2. Thank you for making our Christmas more joyful. My family and I enjoyed watching your light display. We hope you have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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  3. I love how more people are getting into putting on elaborate light displays come Christmas. From what I know, this tradition of lighting up the dark days of winter dates back hundreds of years (perhaps even longer). I enjoy watching these beautiful displays and the little extra touches that distinguish one display from another.

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  4. Hi, we love your light show. Sadly this year (2019), the radio station is very unclear. The signal is mostly static . The lights are still awesome, but less impressive when the music is so much static.

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    1. Sorry it wasn’t sounding clear. There are a few spots where the signal doesn’t reach as well due to obstructions but usually moving forward or back a few feet will get you clear audio again.

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