NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville's Jellystone Park has been transformed into a Christmas Wonderland, with more than 500,000 lights programmed to holiday music.
Cars and horse drawn carriages lined up Friday night to get a first-hand look at the International Award Winning Christmas display.
Shadrack Productions, a family owned business out of Bristol, Tennessee spent weeks setting up the Christmas lights.
"It takes hundreds of hours for each song to be programmed," Josh Glover of Shadrack Productions told News 2, adding, "It's the largest show of its kind in the country."
Each element of the Christmas Wonderland is programmed to resemble fireworks, shooting stars and fountains.
Glover told News 2 that it took months to set the display up, but the most time is spent programming the music and the lights.
"It's a labor of love, you know. Glover said, adding, "And to bring some Christmas cheer to everybody in the area.
The Christmas light show continues through January 2.
Click here for more information on the Christmas Wonderland event.