Socially Distant Halloween Light Display – Fox Valley

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Socially Distant Halloween Light DisplayIf you are craving a socially distant Halloween treat, get in your car and head to Neenah for an amazing 15,000 pixels (lights) synchronized Halloween light and music show by Fox Valley Lights. Located on Gruenwald Ave at a private residence in Neenah, Wisconsin. This free socially distant Halloween light display runs daily from 6:30-9:00 p.m. October 1st through October 31st.
 
Weekends are very busy and going during the weeknights may be more desirable for better viewing.
 
This unique show features 21 different songs with various songs playing throughout the night and alternative evenings. However, there is a voting feature on their website https://foxvalleylights.com which allows participants to request the next song and control the show. The show features music on outside speakers but you can also tune your radio to 88.5 FM for the synchronized music.
 
Socially Distant Halloween Light DisplayThe show is free and there is a donation box located out front for those who wish to give. Your last chance to catch the show is Saturday, October 31st and starting November 1st they will begin setting up for their holiday show featuring 22,000 pixels (lights).
For a video preview please visit: https://vimeo.com/user117550292
 
You’re also going to want to check out THIS socially distant Halloween light display in Berlin, WI!
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Nikke Soni
Nikke Soni is a Upper Peninsula of Michigan native, and a mom to a four year old son and two year old daughter. She graduated from Northern Michigan University with a Bachelors in Theatre and a Masters of Public Administration. She founded and served as the Executive Artistic Director for the Superior Arts Youth Theatre and served as the Arts Administration Director for the City of Marquette. She was also appointed to Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs by Governor Rick Snyder and served on several local and regional boards and committees. Nikke resides in the Fox Cities and loves to participate in community activities, nature areas and attend arts and cultural events and museums.

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