A Riverside resident has been doing Halloween light shows since 2008, synchronizing lights on his house with music, and he's back this year with three new songs — after getting shut down for a couple of days.
The house faced controversy this year and was shut down by authorities due to noise complaints, the Riverside Press-Enterprise reports. However, the house where Kevin Judd was putting on his 12,000-light display received a reprieve, with the show being allowed to go on at certain times.
The displays started out relatively small, but first became a hit on YouTube, going hugely viral with 2011's take on LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem." It brought the group out to the house to shoot a car commercial, and the lights were even used on the American Music Awards.
You have one last chance to see the Halloween magic — it's happening Friday night until 9 p.m. He's also done Christmas shows in the past, so you may be able to come back for more in a couple of months.
Watch videos of the house's largely un-spooky performances below, with the new entries this year including "Rude" by Magic, "Jump Around" by House of Pain and "Fireball" by Pitbull featuring John Ryan:
More previous performances: