RIVERSIDE (CBSLA.com) — An elaborate Halloween show in Riverside is expected to resume after the display’s creators say they received the permission from the city.

On Sunday, officers told the display’s creators that the show at the home on Deercreek Drive violated a noise ordinance and shut it down.

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The elaborate coordination of lights and music was a collaboration between two families.

But the display’s creators informed CBS2’s Tom Wait on Tuesday that they have permission to bring back the show and were blocking off space in the neighborhood for the anticipated crowds.

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