Lighting up the night in paradise

For the 12th year, Hawaii Electric Light’s Stanward Oshiro creates an extravagant display of synchronized lights and music in front of his home.
Last year, “Baby Shark” was played with syncing lights.
Stanward also programmed the Hawaii Electric Light Big Ben train with pixel lights last year.
The Oshiro ohana collected donations from viewers for The Food Basket, Hawaii Island’s food bank.

Visit Stanward Oshiro’s Punalights show!

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