Jones Christmas Spectacle Opens

Dec 3 2012 | 11:17am ET

Tudor Investment Corp. chief Paul Tudor is bringing some much-needed holiday cheer to a stretch of the Connecticut coast ravaged by Hurricane Sandy.

The hedge fund billionaire turned on his annual Christmas light spectacular this weekend, Greenwich Time reports. It is unclear whether or how Jones plans to outdo himself this year, the 13th of the show.

The show, however, may be delayed by damage sustained by Belle Haven, the tony, private Greenwich, Conn., neighborhood where Jones lives.

Visitors are welcome after sundown, and will be directed along Harbor Drive by off-duty Greenwich police officers. The show will run until Dec. 22.


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