If you are headed to the Osbourne Spectacle of Dancing Lights before it ends on January 3, 2016, you might be interested to know how the selection works for switching the light on to the Spectacle of Dancing Lights. On most nights, there is a ceremony that is held to turn on all of the lights on the street! The ceremony is both very fun and EXTREMELY crowded! It is often congested and so packed with people that you cannot easily move around. If you want to have front row standing “seats”, you need to arrive early, at least 30 minutes prior.
To be selected to flip the HUGE switch on for the Osbourne Spectacle of Dancing Lights, you need to be (or have with you) a young child who is seeable in the audience. I would imagine that it would be beneficial to have that child be seen BEFORE the selection begins by waving to the announcers or by otherwise be seen (such as in a great outfit, etc.) While there is no guarantee that your child will be selected, the payoff of seeing the Lights first come on for the night is payment enough!