Every year, the Richmond Times-Dispatch puts together the Tacky Lights List of over-the-top holiday displays around town.
The RTD Tacky Lights page is your guide to over-the-top holiday light displays in Richmond, Virginia. Brought to you by the Richmond Times-Dispatch, our annual list is your guide to the best tacky lights in the area.
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With all the rain and snow we’ve been getting, it hasn’t been the best season for Tacky Lights.
Chuck and Sherry Hudgins have decorated their home at 6444 Little Sorrel Drive in Mechanicsville for 20 years.
As a rural community, most areas of Powhatan County on cold winter nights would normally be fairly dark.
A Richmond-area family has done it again: won $50,000 on the ABC reality show “The Great Christmas Light Fight.”
Some neighbors of two popular tacky lights homes in Henrico County say they’re fed up with the traffic and crowds who leave behind litter — a dirty diaper in one instance — and make just getting home a “big pain in the neck.”
It took Al and Esther Thompson four years to finally agree to compete on ABC’s holiday light competition “The Great Christmas Light Fight.”
Tacky Lights are a Richmond tradition — driving around the suburbs looking for houses with over-the-top holiday illumination in excess of 40,000 lights.