Stow Police Department Trans Siberian Orchestra lights

Everyone is getting into the Christmas spirit. The Stow Police Department made their contribution to the season through a viral video of four police cars lighting up to Trans Siberian Orchestra’s “Carol of the Bells.” This fun take on a Christmas favorite will have you wanting to share it with your friends.

The musical light show must have taken a lot of time planning and rehearsing. I am still wondering how they pulled it off since it is so perfectly timed.

Their hard work certainly paid off with this amazing video that is as well timed as a computer light display on a home. This is such a fun way for this Ohio Police Department to engage the community.

Stow Police Christmas Lights

When asked if this was created via CGI, the Stow Police responded, that “videos and pictures of the Stow Police cruisers where taken with the different lights activated. Then edited to add to the music. So those are the real lights of the police cruisers.”

One Facebook follower wrote what many of us are thinking.

“That is so cool! Not only the police sharing in the holiday spirit, but reminding us that they are human too– they have families and children and like to celebrate and have fun, all while protecting us,” Deborra Azier said. “THANK YOU! GOD BLESS ALWAYS!”

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If you support our police officers – and love Christmas – then you are really going to love the video below from the Stow Police Department!

The video is racking up comments and shares as it continues going viral.

You can watch the Stow Police synchronized light show by clicking HERE.

Stow POlice christmas lights screenshot

The Stow Police Department gives credit a 15 year-old who seems to have inspired festive spectacle. 

Trans Siberian Orchestra

If you enjoy this song and Trans Siberian Orchestra, you’ll also like a 2013 light display that was featured on Good Morning America.

It remains a favorite Christmas video on YouTube with almost 7 million views and counting.  

Amazingly, it was the homeowner’s first year decorating as he mentioned on YouTube.

This is my first year decorating and this is my second sequence ever. I built almost everything from scratch using wood and acrylic. I am a music/teacher director for a living (COVA Conservatory in Oakland and Centerville Presbyterian Church in Fremont), hence the massive instruments! The guitar is 17′, the piano is 19′ and the drums are standard. About 6,500 channels running around 70,000 lights. Come by and see it in person on the corner of Lafayette and Ruschin in Newark, California! Fair use for educational purposes. Happy New Year everyone!

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