DuPlessis Family Christmas Display / Supplied

Burnaby’s biggest, brightest holiday lights display is back

A beautiful display for a great cause. ❤️🎄

By Burnaby Beacon Staff | December 7, 2021 |5:00 am

If you’re looking for a very bright holiday light show to check out in Burnaby, head to the DuPlessis Family Christmas Display.

Burnaby lights display
DuPlessis Family Christmas Display

The DuPlessis family has put on their extravagant light display every year while collecting donations for the BC Children’s Hospital.

This year, the Burnaby mega-display features a revamped ice rink with much-loved characters including Mickey and Minnie, Olaf, Charlie Brown, and Snoopy.

Burnaby lights display
DuPlessis Family Christmas Display / Supplied
Burnaby lights display
DuPlessis Family Christmas Display / Supplied

“The Misfit Island, Snoopy and Woodstock flying in a biplane, Bumble, Grinch in his sleigh, and Santa set a back drop for numerous angles, polar bears, trees, and so much more,” added the DuPlessis family in a release.

“This seasonal spectacle is a must see and a favourite to so many.”

Burnaby lights display
DuPlessis Family Christmas Display / Supplied

The magical display is synchronized to music and plays for a 12-minute show nightly. Visitors can enjoy the lights from their vehicles by tuning in to HoHoHo Radio at 92.3 FM or while socially distanced at curbside between 4:30pm to 12:00am until January 9th, 2022.

The family is also collecting donations for BC Children’s Hospital Foundation either through their on-site dropbox or online.

Do you know of a magical Christmas lights display to check out in Burnaby? Let us know here. 

The DuPlessis Family Christmas Display

Where:  8222 Burnlake Drive
When:  Until January 9, 2022
Time:  Between 4:30pm to 12:00am

Burnaby Beacon Staff

Burnaby Beacon staff.

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