BIXBY, Okla. — People across the nation are getting ready for the holiday season, setting up Christmas trees, maybe some lights on the house.
However, for one Bixby family, that just won’t cut it.
Families come from all around every year just to see the Teal Family's holiday home light display, with a giant Christmas tree, dancing stars and of course a singing Santa.
Brian Teal and his family have been setting up Christmas lights for a decade, each year adding a little more to the display.
Teal said he learned how to set up the homemade display by watching different YouTube tutorials.
The display now has more than 15,000 lights and 20 minutes of music to match the dancing lights which Teal said was the hardest part to do.
Putting up the lights is a tradition Teal said started when he was a child.
It's something he hopes to now pass down to his own children and get people in the Christmas spirit.
"I love coming out and seeing cars sitting out here. Some people might think that's a little bit crazy but I like coming out here and seeing kids in the driver's seat with their parents and they're just smiling and talking and just loving the show," Teal said.
There's still plenty of time to enjoy the show.
It will be up until the first of the year.
The home display is located on 133rd Place South in the Providence Hills Subdivision.
It starts at 5:30 p.m. and ends at 10 p.m. on weekdays and until midnight on the weekends.
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