2023 Valentine Lights Schedule and Playlist

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Howdy neighbor,

The West Pershing Lights are located at 1628 W Pershing St, Appleton, WI 54914.

The finalized schedule (as of 2/02/23) for the 2023 Valentine light show is as follows:
Dates Times
February 10 - 11 5:00pm - 10:00pm
February 12 - 13 5:00pm - 8:00pm
February 14 5:00pm - 10:00pm

The lights will come on (no music/no flashing) one hour before the musical light show begins, the light show with music will run during the times specified above, the lights will stay on (no music/no flashing) after the musical light show ends, and then the lights will turn off at approximately 2am.

The 2023 Valentine's Day light show playlist is set, but subject to change. Currently, it is a half hour long with eight songs. Each half hour will consist of four pro-Valentine's Day songs (first 15 minutes) and four anti-Valentine's Day songs (second 15 minutes). This playlist setup will allow the show to run for a half hour (every half hour) and the specific time a song is played will be essentially the same each half hour. The following playlist contains the name of the song, artist, duration, and the time of the hour the song is expected to start playing:
Song Name / Artist Duration
Start Time
I'm Yours / Jason Mraz 3:58 00:00
I Want You / Savage Garden 4:08 3:58
I'm A Believer / Smash Mouth 3:21 8:06
Never Gonna Give You Up / Rick Astley 3:48 11:27
What Is Love / Haddaway 4:17 15:15
Love Stinks / J Geils Band 3:49 19:32
Tainted Love / Soft Cell 3:00 23:21
Achy Breaky Heart / Billy Ray Cyrus 3:41 26:21

 The music can be heard from the sidewalk or driveway if you are walking by. You can also hear the music by tuning to 107.3 FM on your FM radio.

I am open to requests for additional Christmas, Halloween, or Valentine's Day (or anti-Valentine's Day) songs. You can send those requests to me, Jason, via email by clicking here or post them in the comments below. Song requests should be songs that are appropriate for all ages. Songs with adult language or content will not be considered.

Enjoy the lights and be safe!