Seward family opens Christmas light show

The show has thousands of programmed lights.

SEWARD, Neb. (KLKN) – A family in Seward has spent the past month setting up their Christmas light show to help get people into the Christmas spirit.

Magical Lights of Seward opened their light show this weekend at the Seward County Fairgrounds. Throughout the light show, you can see two 35 foot Christmas trees that are synced up to music, along with several different themed zones.

“We are the largest light show in the state. We got more lights, more programmable channels than anybody else in the state does,” said Vinny Bittinger, owner of Magical Lights of Seward. “And what makes us special is that this is just a family-owned venture. This is all built by us my parents, my in-laws, we build this all ourselves.”

Vinny says there are several hidden easter eggs about their family giving something for people to look for throughout the show.

“My favorite part about doing this is doing it with my family. I love working with my kids, my wife, and my father,” Bittinger said. “Within the show, we’ve hidden lots and lots of easter eggs that represent our family.”

Magical Lights of Seward is open Sunday through Thursday from 6 to 9 P.M. and Friday and Saturday from 6 to 10 P.M. Sunday through Thursday tickets are 20 dollars and Friday and Saturday tickets are 25 dollars.

The show will last until Jan. 1. Tickets are available online at Magical Lights of Seward’s website.

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