The Texas locals who decorated their home put on a different themed light show every year to raise money for charity. 

By Lauren Pardee
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December 7, 2018

It’s the song that’s permanently ingrained in our brains forever, yet we still respect its greatness. The phenomenon that is the “Baby Shark” tune has swept the nation, but no one seems to love this song more than the Hinojosa family from Boerne, Texas. For the holidays, the Hinojosa family synced their Christmas lights up to the soundtrack, putting on a show unlike ever before.

According to KENS5, the homeowner, Benjo Hinojosa, used 100,000 lights to put on this monumental show. The family, who did a Selena tribute last year, upped their light count from 60,000 to 100,000 lights. This is the family’s fourth year partaking in the holiday light show.

You may not want to move into their neighborhood, but you can see the show for yourself. The family is consistent about putting their house on full display from Sunday through Thursday, from 5:30-10 p.m. then Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m.

When you stop by, make sure to contribute to the family’s donation box, as they are collecting money to help local veterans and families in need through the nonprofit Warrior Chef, according to KENS5. You have until January 6th to check it out!

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