Yule totally rock out to AC/DC with these seriously OTT Christmas lights displays (WATCH)

Yule totally rock out to AC/DC with these seriously OTT Christmas lights displays (WATCH)

VIDEOS: Forget about a silent night as the jingle hell’s bells of AC/DC rock the manger and shake Santa all night long in these high voltage neighbourhood displays of Christmas lights set to Acca Dacca music.

These are the kind of neighbours you’d either love or hate. On the one hand they worship AC/DC. Fair enough. On the other hand, they take the whole thing to a ridiculous level 11 at Christmas.

Thankfully we get to admire their amazing street-front, AC/DC themed Christmas lights displays, all fully synchronised with thumpin’ Acca Dacca choons, from the safety of our computer screens.

What can we say, it’s the silly season… ROCK!


For those about to open their Xmas prezzies, this house salutes you

This one gets extra marks for near perfect syncho on the beats. An absolute Yuletide belter!


Highway to jingle hell

This top 2016 effort is a genuine Aussie entry on Santa’s Acca Dacca set list. At 55 Rudd Road in Shepparton, they have a proud history of AC/DC themed displays. Oh, and extra points for the totally off the hook flame!


Be Thunderstruck by these Christmas crackers

Pa-rum-pa-pum-pum. Every little drummer boy and girl will be Thunderstruck by these two pieces of AC/DC Christmas lights dynamite.

This second Thunderstruck inspired display really takes the Christmas cake. Yes, our Kiwis cousins really can go bigger and better. They even charged an entry fee for this one (yep, seriously).


Santa Gets Back in Black

You know the words to this carol…

“Back in black,
I hit the sack,
I’ve been too long, I’m glad to be back”

“I keep looking at the sky,
‘Cause it’s gettin’ me high,
Forget the herse ’cause I’ll never die.”

“Sack”. “Never die”…. You see, Back in Black is actually about Santa!

Oh, this is all rather silly. And so is this production .. but we absolutely love it.


Also see: Top 5 bonza Aussie Christmas songs that make you feel homesick 

Also read: Why Australians should be proud of AC/DC

Also read: Bon Scott – Australia’s greatest hellraiser


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