macklemore-themed light show a halloween hit
The show attracts hundreds of viewers every night. The 30-
According to owner and creative planner Brandon BLIS, there are 8,500 lights on the minute light show.
He has been working out for his Leesburg in Va.
For the past four years, there have been Halloween and Christmas lights at home.
\"It takes about 40 hours to set up the house, 40 to 50 hours per song to program, and if I have to make lighting props, how long does it take me to figure it out, bullis told ABC News.
The idea of using the popular song \"Downtown\" as the focus of this year\'s light show came from neighbors, and Bullis said they were amazingly receptive to his audience --drawing hobby.
\"We have one.
A family home in the bedroom community, but so far it\'s good, \"said Bullis, who lives at home with his wife, Nicolas, and their three children.
\"Most of the neighbors are looking forward to it and when I set it up they yell and applaud and they always try to figure out what new songs I\'m doing.
A neighbor recommended \"Downton\" to me \".
After listening, I patted my feet and said, \"I like this.
\"I can do it,\" Bullis said of the catchy song . \".
This year\'s light show also includes his 15-year-old favorite singer Sam Hunt\'s \"family party\"year-
The old daughter, fell from the boy\'s \"Uma Thurman.
\"Bullis, a trading electrical engineer who served as a director at a large telecom company, said that when his daughter was a baby, he took his daughter to see the Christmas lights show, looking at her being fascinated by the train on display, he was inspired to start his extreme hobby.
Bullis\'s light show is a family affair.
The youngest Bullis son helped control the crowd and the eldest daughter managed the traffic of tourists.
His wife has provided important \"moral support\", says bliss \".
\"She helped me build props and many\" community relationships \"sections,\" he said . \".
\"She talks to neighbors and if there are any complaints or concerns, we will address them appropriately to the satisfaction of everyone.
Bullis said that, contrary to what could have happened, the light show only added about $25 to the family\'s monthly electricity bill.
\"We spend more money on candy than we spend on electricity,\" he said . \". “I use energy-
Efficient LED lights and most lights turn off at any time, so it\'s not like a Christmas tree and the lights are running all the time.
\"The Bullis family does not charge for the annual Halloween and Christmas lights exhibition, but leaves a donation box, and all proceeds are donated to the John Hopkins Children\'s Center.
According to Bullis, the family has donated $10,000 so far.