How to Implement Dazzling Lights for that Fun Concert Vibe

Image by Ryan McGuire from Pixabay 

This is an ever-growing resource for implementing lights into your concerts.

Finger LightsGlow SticksFlashlightsBlack LightsResourcesBucket Drumming LightsLight up Drumsticks

Finger Lights

Finger Lights from Amazon. Bundled in a pack of 80 Finger Lights come in 4 colors: blue, green, white, and red. Each color has 20 pieces. Powered by high capacity batteries, each finger light lasts up to 24 hours.

Glow Sticks

Foam LED Glow Sticks, 3 batteries from Amazon.

More foam glow sticks from Amazon. Click on the pic below for the link.

This is a glow stick routine that could also be used with neon scarves, sticks, etc and Black Lights.

Here’s the Routine in Action

Danse Macabre Routine

Carol of the bells

Medley

Sleigh Ride

Flashlights

Transiberian Orchestra Carol of the Bells Medley

Winter holiday medley

Sleigh ride tutorial

Sleigh Ride

Sugar Plum Fairy

Black Lights

From Amazon. Teachers typically use 2-3 of these in an average-sized classroom.

Blacklight Reactive Invisible Blue Ink Marker from Amazon.

UV Flashlights
Invisible Ink Marker
Keychain UV Lights

Invisible ink marker and blacklight flashlight for “Write the Room” activities such as scavenger hunts, escape rooms, etc. Marker washes off with wipes or magic erasers.

Resources

Black Light tape

Lights that sync with music. Fun for classroom decor.

Bucket Drumming Lights

These lights from Walmart go under the buckets and are controlled with a remote that will change colors, power on/off. Each light needs 3 AAA batteries.

Light-up Drumsticks

Walmart Firestick & Amazon Rockstix

Woodwind Brasswind Co.
Guitar Center

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