Impressive Christmas Drone Show Sets 2 Guinness World Records

Entertainment agency Sky Elements recently treated the citizens of North Richland Hills, Texas, with an impressive Christmas-themed drone show. A grand total of 1,499 drones went up to the sky to display scenes from the holiday ballet The Nutcracker, a large Christmas tree, and various other images.

The show not only brought smiles and awe to the faces of 2,000 visitors but also broke two Guinness World Records. The image of the standing Nutcracker was honored with the world record for the “largest aerial display of a fictional character formed by multirotors/drones.”

On the other hand, the image showing a Christmas tree packed with gifts in front of a snow-covered window set the world record for “the largest aerial image formed by multirotors/drones.”

The show was initially supposed to feature 1,500 drones, but one drone didn’t make it to the air. Luckily, its absence wasn’t notable, and the show still managed to look amazing.

 “It was so amazing to break two Guinness World Records in my hometown once again. There’s nothing better than bringing the holiday spirit to families, and I think this show did just that,” Preston Ward, Chief Pilot of Sky Elements Drone Shows, told Guinness World Records’ official website.