TWENTY EIGHT houses all synchronized with lights and music!
Our show starts on Friday Nov. 26. Show times are 6:00-10:00 nightly thru Christmas night.
If you drove down the sleepy cul-de-sac of Bainbridge Circle in Murrieta, California during the day you would never guess that at night it transforms into a musical light-fest that rivals even an electrical light parade. Each house has its own unique lighting and décor yet all of them blink and move in synchronized motion to the beat of the music played through the neighborhood.
It is the 13th year, the neighbors on Bainbridge Circle in unincorporated Murrieta have come together to put on the synchronized light display as a way to "give back to the community and spread some Christmas cheer". The neighbors have affectionately changed the street name from Bainbridge Circle to "Bainbridge Falls", to go along with the theme from 'It's a wonderful life'.
The synchronized holiday light display that encompasses 28 homes, is drawing delighted spectators from all over Southern California and beyond. The music for the show is Broadcasts on 88.5 FM.
When homeowners on Bainbridge Circle set out thirteen years ago to do something that would "give back to the community," the light display was the best way they knew how, said one of the neighbors.
"Everybody is into the Christmas spirit around here," he said. "It really does bring us all together."
A 2020 review from fellow displayer Shane Rehm: "A Temecula Valley landmark that is in full swing this year! Dozens of houses elaborately decorated synchronized to music. Not a pixel show, but the scale of it is really impressive. The big drawback to this is the traffic is horrendous. On a busy night it can take an hour or more just to get to the lights."