RIVERSIDE (CBSLA.com) — Years after the plug was pulled, a singing and dancing Halloween display in Riverside is back and bumping to the Black Eyed Peas.
The popular pumpkin faces are singing again after a homeowners association complained about the crowds the musical light show attracted.READ MORE: Man Shot While Walking Dogs In Hollywood, 2 French Bulldogs Stolen
This year, Kevin Judd plugged the music and the lights back in, but this time at a friends’ home nearby without a nagging HOA.
“It’s a great location across the street from a park, plenty of parking,” he said.READ MORE: 2 People Killed, 3 Critically Hurt In Violent South LA Collision
Tuesday night was just a test run, but the crowds turned up.
“It’s been pretty crazy. A lot of people [are] trying to figure out where we are on Facebook,” homeowner Melanie Betty said.
A normal house by day, the home of the pumpkin faces is now illuminated by thousands of colored LED lights and dancing kids by night.MORE NEWS: At Least 2 Homes Destroyed When Wind-Whipped Fire Rips Through Bloomington Neighborhood
The free show runs every night around 7:30 p.m. in the 8000 block of Deercreek Drive in Riverside, across from Orange Terrace Park, until Halloween.