The 2014 Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights [Video]

It started back in 1986 when a little girl named Breezy asked her Dad if they could string a few Christmas lights at their Little Rock, Arkansas home. That display grew and grew each year until 1995, when the display was shut down by court order. After national attention was brought to the case, the Walt Disney Company stepped in and offered up residential street on the Studios Backlot Tour where it was an instant hit. Eventually, as the focus of the Backlot Tour changed the holiday lights were moved to the Streets of America. Today - The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights is a Disney Holiday tradition that brings guests flocking to Disney's Hollywood Studios Theme Park just to see.


Santa Goofy Joins The Holiday FunSanta Goofy Joins The Holiday Fun


Beginning each night at dusk and continuing until the Park closes, the breathtaking display features millions of dancing LED lights choreographed to holiday music. The show includes animated displays and 3-D effects which are all perfectly synchronized to exciting holiday music and highlighted with a festive snowfall from 66 snow machines.

If all that holiday spirit isn't enough for you as it is - Santa Goofy joins in the fun too. Making nightly appearances on the Streets of America, Goofy, dressed in his jolly holiday best greets guests in the sparkling Winter Wonderland. Guests can also join in the spectacular show by purchasing Glow with the Show Ear hats, or Made with Magic accessories that interact directly with the festivities.

Check out this 2014 Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights Highlight Video.





Aren't they fantastic?! This video of the 2014 lights was shot by our friend John over at BigFatPanda.com. A big shout out goes to him for more fantastic video of Disney during the holidays. Head on over to YouTube and check out his channel.

The family favorite tradition of dancing light is currently dazzling guests now through January 4, 2015. Guests just need to stop by the Streets of America to share in the magic. For a little something extra special Disney introduced a brand new reserved viewing area to see the lights as part of the "Frozen Holiday Premium Package." If that sounds interesting to you, check out what our friends over at the Disney Food Blog have to say about it.

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