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For the 35th year, half-a-million lights and more than 100 illuminated floats will cover the 1.59-mile parade route and draw tens of thousands of people to Downtown Fort Worth for the XTO Energy Parade of Lights.

The beloved Fort Worth tradition will be traveling down a new parade route, where audiences will see spectacular, never-before-seen floats, giant illuminated balloons, antique cars, marching bands, equestrian units, horse-drawn carriages, and groups of carolers that will create the perfect “Postcard Christmas.” Santa and Mrs. Claus will also be making an appearance on the specially designed, LED-lit, grand finale float, sponsored by parade producers, Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc.

The Fort Worth community steps up year-after-year to support the XTO Energy Parade of Lights, and Fort Worth Fire Department Chief Rudy Jackson will be honored as the 2017 Parade of Lights’ grand marshal. Other confirmed participants include Mayor Betsy Price, title sponsor XTO Energy (a subsidiary of ExxonMobil), the famous wheelie-Elvi, Cowboy Santas, and more.

For the full schedule of activities for the 2017 XTO Energy Parade of Lights, visit www.fortworthparadeoflights.org.

For the 35th year, half-a-million lights and more than 100 illuminated floats will cover the 1.59-mile parade route and draw tens of thousands of people to Downtown Fort Worth for the XTO Energy Parade of Lights.

The beloved Fort Worth tradition will be traveling down a new parade route, where audiences will see spectacular, never-before-seen floats, giant illuminated balloons, antique cars, marching bands, equestrian units, horse-drawn carriages, and groups of carolers that will create the perfect “Postcard Christmas.” Santa and Mrs. Claus will also be making an appearance on the specially designed, LED-lit, grand finale float, sponsored by parade producers, Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc.

The Fort Worth community steps up year-after-year to support the XTO Energy Parade of Lights, and Fort Worth Fire Department Chief Rudy Jackson will be honored as the 2017 Parade of Lights’ grand marshal. Other confirmed participants include Mayor Betsy Price, title sponsor XTO Energy (a subsidiary of ExxonMobil), the famous wheelie-Elvi, Cowboy Santas, and more.

For the full schedule of activities for the 2017 XTO Energy Parade of Lights, visit www.fortworthparadeoflights.org.

For the 35th year, half-a-million lights and more than 100 illuminated floats will cover the 1.59-mile parade route and draw tens of thousands of people to Downtown Fort Worth for the XTO Energy Parade of Lights.

The beloved Fort Worth tradition will be traveling down a new parade route, where audiences will see spectacular, never-before-seen floats, giant illuminated balloons, antique cars, marching bands, equestrian units, horse-drawn carriages, and groups of carolers that will create the perfect “Postcard Christmas.” Santa and Mrs. Claus will also be making an appearance on the specially designed, LED-lit, grand finale float, sponsored by parade producers, Downtown Fort Worth Initiatives, Inc.

The Fort Worth community steps up year-after-year to support the XTO Energy Parade of Lights, and Fort Worth Fire Department Chief Rudy Jackson will be honored as the 2017 Parade of Lights’ grand marshal. Other confirmed participants include Mayor Betsy Price, title sponsor XTO Energy (a subsidiary of ExxonMobil), the famous wheelie-Elvi, Cowboy Santas, and more.

For the full schedule of activities for the 2017 XTO Energy Parade of Lights, visit www.fortworthparadeoflights.org.

WHEN

WHERE

Sundance Square
201 Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://www.fortworthparadeoflights.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free; Reserved seating is $16.50.
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