Man Creates Epic Christmas Lights Display Set to Disney's 'Frozen'

A man has set up an epic Christmas lights display outside his house in North Carolina, choreographed to music including Disney's Frozen theme song.

Every year Michael Shoaf treats his neighbors to a show, as he strings up hundreds of lights to turn his house into a festive grotto.

Shoaf, in Greenville, has been putting up the decorations for years, starting when he was a child and carrying on the tradition at each house he moved to.

Now a professor of lighting and sound, and with a masters under his belt, he puts his qualifications to good use over the holidays.

His mom, Diana Shoaf, told Newsweek: "A little history: Michael has always been fascinated with lights since he was a baby. In fact, his first word was 'light.' Not mom or dad but light. We couldn't go to Home Depot or Walmart without walking through the lighting aisle over and over and he would still fuss when we left!

"He started putting up lights at our house in middle school nearly 20 years ago. He added the music to speakers and then in high school added the FM transmission.

"We still have traffic come by our house and look for the lights! We live on a dead end street and the last few years we had to hire police to direct traffic it got so popular!

"In 2017 we were all featured on ABC's Great Christmas Light Fight. We would get cards and notes from people saying it was a tradition for them to come by our house!"

Shoaf shared the trio of 2021 shows to his Facebook page, aptly called @michaelshoafslights, on December 15.

He revealed the song choices for this year are "Let It Go," "Wizards in Winter," and "Jingle Bells."

The roughly three minute-long tracks are perfectly accompanied by changing lights adorning the front yard and the house, while there's even a Christmas tree made of lights.

Thousands watched the videos, which Shoaf captioned: "For those who cannot make it to Greenville!"

Commenting on the clips, Dorothy Austin-Harrell raved: "This brings me so much joy!!"

Daniel Shipley simply said: "Holy moly."

Sharon Bucci commented: "Beautiful!"

While Holly McCormick wrote: "Amazing job!! We miss you in Durham but are so happy you are keeping this going!"

The Facebook page invites people to come and see the show, saying: "Michael relocated his light show from his home town of Durham NC to his new home in Greenville NC! If you are in town, Come visit 104 Harell St Greenville NC."