It takes a special kind of patience to engineer a spectacular Christmas light show set to themes from Star Wars — all in the close comfort of your front yard.
Despite the massive undertaking, however, YouTube user Tom BetGeorge from Newark, California, has done just that for a good cause.
The light display features giant, illuminated instruments that reflect BetGeorge’s work as a music teacher. Overall, the show requires about 100,000 lights run through 12,400 channels. According to the YouTube video description, BetGeorge uses the display to raise money for the poor and homeless, which keeps him in good graces with his neighbors.
Curious Star Wars fans in the San Francisco area can check out his display on the corner of Lafayette Avenue and Ruschin Drive in Newark, on most nights between 6 and 10 p.m., local time.