The most festive home in El Paso this time of the year is the Fred Loya house on the East side. A Christmas-time pilgrimage to the Loya's annual synchronized music and light show is a must-do for many and an annual tradition for even more.

The El Paso Christmas Lights, as it's officially known, is best experienced in person, of course, but if you can't make it at to any of the free shows at 12001 Paseo de Oro, then check out the official 2019 videos below.

This year the 450,000-plus lights are synchronized to 3 different all-new mega-mixes featuring genre specific music.

There's a Classical music mix that plays at 6 p.m., a Techno mix at 7 p.m., and a Rock music mix at 8 p.m. Each mix is made up of different songs, but they all have at least one artist in common: the beloved Trans Siberian Orchestra.

The free shows will continue every weekend, Friday-Sunday, through Dec. 22, plus Christmas Eve and Christmas day.

El Paso Christmas Lights 2019 - 6 p.m. Show - Classical

El Paso Christmas Lights 2019 - 7 p.m. Show - Techno

El Paso Christmas Lights 2019 - 8 p.m. - Rock

How to Get There

Mr. Loya’s house is located at 12001 Paseo de Oro, one block north of Montwood, off Bob Mitchell.

Where to Park

Please make every effort to park at Montwood High School, and not in the surrounding neighborhoods, or church parking lot. And keep it classy, El Paso. Be respectful of other people’s property so we can continue to have this for many Christmases to come.