The light show, produced by the Zipperman
family, is on display on Palm Avenue in the Tree Section every night
from now through Halloween.
Held at the corner of 19th
St. and Palm Ave., the show runs from Monday through Thursday at 6:30 and 7:00 p.m., and this Friday through Sunday at 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00 p.m.
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.
What's new for this year?
have a couple of new characters including a new dancing Oogie Boogie and
Lock, Shock and Barrel who have captured Santa - and also some new pumpkins,
including a stack of pumpkins over six feet tall." Brooke Zipperman told MB News.
Inspiration Came from Haunted Mansion
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 said.
Zipperman added, "The show has grown
because we love seeing the smiling faces and the dancing kids every
night. We have people that come to the house almost every evening and it
makes us so happy."
As always, the show is free and open to all ages.