Welcome to Christmas in Andover. Our home features a Christmas lighting display, synchronized to music of the season. When visiting, tune your radio to FM107.5 to hear the music which accompanies the show.

Be sure to check out the Youtube videos (accessible from the main menu above) for a small sample of the show.

We recommend that you check back here before coming out to see the display. We’ll provide updates and let you know if we’re experiencing any system or weather related outages (this is a homemade system after all)!

No Show This Year

I’m sorry to say that we will not be having a show this year. We are in the process of relocating to Idaho, and just didn’t have the time to put up the lights this year. In future years we will be setting up our display in the Boise Idaho area.

The lights are off!

We’ve reached the end of our season and the lights are off. We hope everyone enjoyed the lights as much as we enjoyed seeing everyone come out. WOW! There were a lot of visitors this year.

We’re already planning next year’s display and hope to see everyone again for Christmas 2018.

The Lights Are On

The lights are up and running in Andover! We’ve added some new music selections and upgraded our FM transmitter since last year. The sound quality should be much better this year. The light display will be running through January 1 from 5:30 to 10:00 every night. Tune your radio to FM 107.5 to hear the music that accompanies the lights.

PS: Be sure to check back here before coming out. If we’re experiencing any system outages I’ll make note of it on our web page.

Getting Ready For 2017

Preparations are well underway for Christmas 2017. Although we will be running the lights as much as possible beginning on Thanksgiving evening, there may be some down time as we implement system upgrades in early December. We’ll provide updates on the website about the status of the display. We’re currently planning to have everything running uninterrupted from December 13 through New Year’s Eve. When coming to see the display, remember to tune your radio to FM107.5 to hear the music that accompanies the lights.