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noun
a form of entertainment consisting chiefly of constantly changing patterns of light and color, usually accompanied by music and sound effects.
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Origin of light show

First recorded in 1965–70
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light show

noun
a kaleidoscopic display of moving lights, etc, projected onto a screen, esp during pop concerts
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