Get ready for an amazing light show at this O'Fallon home
St. Charles County residents searching for free holiday activities often wind up at Never Enough Lights, a well-decorated home adorned with flashing lights synced to Halloween songs. Nestled in a neighborhood near the Target and Marcus Theatres in Dardenne Prairie, this popular local attraction draws thousands of residents each year.
In 2021, the Halloween light show is expected to return on Friday, October 15th. The home's owner announced this date on the official Facebook page for Never Enough Lights.
The 2021 Halloween show will feature spiderwebs, bats, and other creepy creatures. Several hit songs made this year's playlist, including The Devil Went Down to Georgia and the IT Trap Remix. A song from Phantom of the Opera may make an appearance as well.
Never Enough Lights also attracts thousands of local residents for its December show, which typically includes snowflakes, Santa Claus, and plenty of twinkling lights. In 2020, Never Enough Lights celebrated its 15th anniversary during the Christmas season.
But Never Enough Lights is more than just a fun holiday show. This seasonal favorite also offers a way for St. Charles County residents to give back to their community. Last year, Never Enough Lights collected more than $7500, plus numerous canned and boxed goods for residents in need of food assistance. You can donate online or by accessing one of the donation boxes on Calamar Court. Donations are sent to Hope Ministries Food Pantry.
Ready to visit Never Enough Lights with your loved ones? Head to 607 Calamar Ct., O'Fallon, MO, 63368. Make sure you turn your radio to 102.1 FM so you can sync the music with the flashing lights.
For more information about Never Enough Lights, visit the official website at NeverEnoughLights.com or email the owners at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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