Wondering where to go to see the light show for Halloween in Leesburg, VA? Maybe this is the first time you have heard about this cool event. We wanted to help you locate the event and make plans to visit it this year in Loudon County.
When Did The Light Show Begin?
This light show in Leesburg began in 2012 in the Edwards Landing Community in Leesburg, Virginia, part of the Battlefield Parkway area. The show is put on by Brandon Bullis and his family each year, and he told NBC4 it takes him about 40 hours to put the entire project up in the yard each year, and 10 to 12 hours per music minute. The total number of lights for this big show in Leesburg? More than 16,000 total covering the front yard.
One of the more popular light shows over the years was to the tune of “What Did the Fox Say”. You can check out that video below.
Why The Big Halloween Light Show in Leesburg?
The light show benefits John Hopkins Children’s Center, and has raised more than twenty thousand dollars over the last 5 years. Bullis told NBC4 that the show typically attracts about 150 people per night, with the Saturday before Halloween attracting about 250 cars per hour. The house is lit up nightly from 7 until 9pm and there is no show on the night of Halloween. You can learn more about the event on their Facebook Page.
The Address of the Halloween Light Show In Leesburg is:
1200 Tennessee Drive, NE
Leesburg, VA 20176