WATCH: We’re obsessed with this Prince Christmas light tribute

We all know that one house who goes above and beyond with their Christmas light display but this is something we’ve never seen before.

WATCH: We’re obsessed with this Prince Christmas light tribute

A family in Minnesota have not only put on an outstanding lighting display for the festive season, it features a tribute to Prince - the legendary singer who sadly passed away in April.

The Staudt family have more than 10,000 purple lights, including a spinning Prince symbol and graphics of Prince himself - all set to blink in unison to the singer’s hit, Purple Rain.

Which can also be heard if you tune your car radio to 87.9FM as you pass the house.

Now, THAT’S dedication.

In order to not disturb their neighbours, the lights and music can only be seen from 5:40p.m to 9p.m, Sunday to Thursday and from 5p.m to 9:40p.m on Fridays and Saturdays.

The overall show is 14 minutes long and is repeated every 20 minutes with the Prince segment lastly roughly two minutes.

For more information check out their Facebook page, Lightsonpascolo.

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