- published: 21 Dec 2012
- views: 6452
We took a driving tour through Omaha to catch the best Holiday lights including Regency, District 66, Aksarben, Linden Estates, Linden Park, Midtown Crossing, Armburst Acres, Harvey Oaks, SoMa, and The Old Market. www.amouraproductionsrealestate.com
A timelapse from the annual Holiday Lights Festival in downtown omaha. Check out print here https://www.flickr.com/photos/onelapse/15893714621/ Contact me for print/licensing info email@example.com Timelapseomaha.com facebook.com/onelapse twitter @timelapseomaha instagram @onelapse
FOLLOW ME ON : Instagram : odewitness Twitter : Darry_video
A tiny preview of one of our biggest surprises for 2015! Our new illuminated LED dance floor! Would you like to have this awesome dance floor at your next Quinceañera/Wedding? Look us up on Facebook for more info! http://www.facebook.com/deejayrazo
An amazing 23,000 LED light display choreographed to music by Brandon & Melissa Lederer of Omaha, NE for the 2012 holiday season. You can see the light display behind the Burger King on 72nd and I-80. Next year promises to be even bigger!!! 0:37 - Christmas Vacation - Hallelujah 1:12 - Blue Man Group - TV Song 3:21 - Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Wizards in Winter 6:27 - Lady Gaga - Poker Face 10:24 - Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Eve in Sarajevo 13:43 - Amazing Grace Techno Remix
This year, H&H Lawn & Landscape and Brite Ideas Decorating, Inc. will be partnering together for the second year to support the Lights of Hope Campaign. The two businesses will work together in hanging lights on the Better Together Campus buildings. Both H&H and Brite Ideas have made it very affordable for Abide to accomplish their remembrance with quality lights to create a beautiful scene for the North Omaha community.
Organizers are hoping these Christmas lights bring a little cheer and a lot of hope to this neighborhood.
Omahas Holiday Lights Festival illuminates over one million twinkling lights starting on Thanksgiving night. Over 40 blocks of lights paint an incredible picture of downtown Omaha. There are many affordable events that Omaha families have enjoyed since the Festival began in 2001 which include: Touring downtown condos, ice skate in the Old Market, enjoy live music, and view the New Years Eve Fireworks at the Gene Leahy Mall.