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December 7, 2023
But this time a drone show helped kick off the holiday season in the best way possible for one Texas family – it helped them win this year’s Great Christmas Light Fight.
The holiday light display of the Ward family of Keller, Texas features 20,000 pixel-pushed lights, eight moving heads, talking Christmas trees and 400 drones – the first drone performance the series has seen. Series host Carter Oosterhouse said it “changed the way Christmas can be displayed”
The Ward’s light display originally aired on ABC’s “Great Christmas Light Fight,” on Sunday, Dec. 3.
Designed by Sky Elements Drone Shows, the Ward’s display tells the story of Poppy the penguin who finds Santa's bag of toys after it falls from his sleigh. Poppy sets out on an adventure to return the bag before being spotted and picked up by Santa, helping him deliver the toys around the world, according to Sky Elements.
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