Computer programmer Adam White, 57, who lives with his wife Liz, is back again this year with his amazing synchronised Christmas light show and this year the show is even better!
Adam is using the attraction to help the Sussex Cancer Fund and other charities.
The display at 53 Crescent Road is all synchronised to music and people can select a song from an online ‘jukebox’. All they have to do is swipe the QR code with their smartphone and pick a tune. There will also be a unique sElfie opportunity!
The Christmas lights display set to music is at 53 Crescent Road in Burgess Hill from 4pm to 8.30pm every day until the end of 2022
Adam said: “The technology has not been seen before in Mid Sussex at this scale, being made from more than 12,500 individually controlled lights synchronized to music.”
Adam said he had to do a lot of programming and sequencing, as well as physically push each of the LEDs into the props.
We urge you to see it in person to get the full experience.
The lights will be lit from 4pm to 8.30pm every day until the end of the year.
To find out more visit www.facebook.com/WhitesLightsUK or watch a YouTube video.
Video below part of last year’s show.