Christmas lights for the holiday season!  Christmas lights like you have never, ever seen before.  Millions of Christmas lights for your holiday lighting pleasure!

The 2013 Downtown Rochester Big Bright Light Show – or the Rochester Light show – is a Rochester Christmas Lights extravaganza that promises to be even bigger, better and brighter than past years! Each and every building on Main Street from the southern city limits (bridge) all the way to Romeo St on the north will be lit with over one million points of light! Fourth Street will also be adorned with these beautiful points of light, too. Let’s hope for some snowy weather because the Big Bright Light Show looks even better when there’s snow falling and lights twinkling. And remember – if the weather is inclement make certain that your vehicle is equipped with the finest windshield wiper blades made. You can’t see the light show without good visibility!

Rochester Christmas Lights and Christmas Parade

Extra lighting will be in place on Walnut St from Third St to University as well. In addition, the Dazzling Tree of Lights will be on display at the Depot Plaza on E. University at Water St. Finally, the Western Knitting Mill building on Water St at Fourth St will have a stunning Snowflake Spectacular adorning their walls!

Lighting of the Christmas Lights – Big Bright Light Show in Downtown Rochester, Michigan

The Big, Bright Light Show will open on December 2nd during Lagniappe at 7:00 pm. Every night between December 2, 2013 and January 5, 2014 the lights will be on starting at 7:00pm! Stop by and visit Downtown Rochester Michigan. You’ll be glad you did!

Become a Partner of The Big Bright Light Show

These Christmas lights are spectacular. Lighted Christmas trees, Christmas ornaments, Santa Claus soon to be on parade, holiday wreaths and other decorations! No matter what you call them – Rochester MI Christmas Lights, Rochester Michigan Christmas Lights, Rochester Christmas Lights or Downtown Rochester Christmas Lights – come visit Downtown Rochester Mich and enjoy the Big Bright Light Show!