Custom lights set to music
Richard Holdman started setting up Christmas lights as a hobby six years ago, but now it’s become his full time business. The Utah resident travels the world setting up decorations that coordinate with music.
Northwest Chrysler Jeep and Dodge is the first dealership that he’s ever done. It’s taken him two weeks and 70-thousand lights, but the project is near completion now. He says, “People will be able to drive by and there will speakers set up playing music. The lights will synchronize with the lights. “
He’s done similar projects at the Mall of America, in Argentina, and Canada.
His next stop will be to Russia.
Holdman says the projects usually cost at least $100,000. But, if you’d like him to make a light show for your home, you may have to wait until next year. He’s booked up this season.