This years donations collected during the light show exceeded just over $1200. I really appreciate everyone coming out to see this years Christmas light show. From review of the security cameras I’m estimating about 3000 cars and over 10,000 people visited the light show this year. I was passing out candy canes to the viewers, whenever the weather permitted, here are some of the comments I received:
“Great light show, never seen anything like this!”
“Amazing, what a great show and right here in Gloucester.”
“Thank you for putting on this light show, I bring the kids every year.”
“The ‘Let it Go’ song was our favorite, the kids were dancing in the car.”
and my favorite
“If you see me tomorrow, don’t tell the kids that I’ve already been here.”
We have raised over $1000 for the Given Garden Foundation this year. This exceeded my expectation for the year and I’m thankful for everyone that helped. The final total will be announced shortly.
I would like to dedicate the last week of my Christmas lightshow to my friend Larry Fowler, who passed away this year. Larry was a great fan and supporter of my lightshows. In memory of Larry I will be collectting donations for his cause, the Gloucester Point Baptist Church Building Fund.
The lightshow is now underway. Running every night from 6PM until midnight. Make sure you tune your car radio to 102.3FM (signs on site) so you can experience the synchronized music to this lightshow.
This years songs are:
“Let it Go” from the movie Frozen
“Carol of the Bells” by Monique Danielle
“The Christmas Can-Can” by Straight No Chaser
“Christmas Canon” by TSO (Trans-Siberian Orchestra)
“Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” by Stephen Kaetzel
“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” by Mannheim Steamroller
“Hallelujah” by Mannheim Steamroller
I’m working on a couple of other songs, so check back or come by often.
New Pictures just posted on the “Photo Gallery” page!
The Giving Garden Foundation is a local non-profit organization started by four Gloucester residents in 2008 to provide financial assistance in the form of rent, mortgage, electric, treatment co-pays, and prescription costs to local cancer patients in Gloucester and Mathews Counties. Our organization is run completely by volunteers. To date, we have provided more than $50,000 in assistance to local cancer patients. To find out more about our Foundation, please go to http://www.thegivinggarden.org/ and check us out on Facebook.
Frank and Annie just finished building the new singing monster faces for this Halloween’s lightshow!
All tested and ready to go! Come by and see them in action.
Franktronics will be running our Independence Day light show from July 4th until July 12.
The lightshow will run every night from Dusk till midnight.
Just come by our office, park out front where you can see the flag and tune your car radio to 102.3FM. The lights are synchronized to the music of several patriotic songs.
This light show is free and only runs for a week.
Come see our new digital firework with over 2500 programmable LED’s (864 pixels).
*more pictures just added to the photo gallery page.
The Franktronics Christmas Lightshow is located at 3618 George Washingon Memorial Highway, just north of the Farm Fresh shopping center.
Come by, park in our parking lot, tune your car radio to FM 102.3 and listen to the music synchronized to thousands of Christmas lights.
The lightshow starts the Saturday after Thanksgiving (November 30th) and runs until January the 4th. Everynight the show starts at 6pm and shutdown at Midnight.
The donation box for this years selected Charity, The Samaritan Group, is located on the office wall towards the front of the Franktronics building. Learn more about The Samaritan Group on the webiste: http://www.thesamaritangroup.org
Click on “video gallery” above to see some video’s from last years new addition, the color cosmic christmas tree.