'Nightmare Before Christmas on Palm Ave' Opens in Manhattan BeachOct 15, 2021 08:25AM ● By Jeanne Fratello
are looking forward to another great year of our light show," Brooke Zipperman told DigMB. "It is so
wonderful seeing smiling faces and kids dancing to the music again. We
missed seeing our neighbors and so many families last year, so it makes
it even more special this year."
What's new for this year? "We have some additional lighting effects
and props, but the biggest addition is a 10 foot tall mega tree with a
star on top on the roof to add even more lights to our show," said Zipperman.
The Zippermans' astonishingly high-end display of lights, characters, and
music, is known for
attracting neighbors and families from all over Manhattan Beach and beyond.
According to Steve Zipperman, the light shows started with inspiration from the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland. "It started out as some lights and a couple songs and has evolved into a 25-minute light show with characters, different themes from the Nightmare Before Christmas movie, bubbles and even snow," he told DigMB.