55' Blue Spruce Evergreen Christmas Tree in Sundance Square Brightens Up Fort Worth
Reposted from Sundance Square
The installation of the 2020 Fort Worth Christmas Tree at Sundance Square is now complete. Due to the pandemic and out of an abundance of caution, Sundance Square Plaza remains closed to the public and Santa Claus is doing his part to help prevent community spread, skipping his annual residency in the Plaza.
Visitors and guests of Sundance Square restaurants and shops, and families out driving to see all of Fort Worth’s holiday decorations, can view Sundance Square’s majestic tree from downtown streets and sidewalks (with the most spectacular views up and down Main Street between the Fort Worth City Convention Center and the Tarrant County Courthouse). Evening and weekend parking is free downtown.
Despite all the changes to this year’s holiday traditions, the 2020 Fort Worth Christmas Tree at Sundance Square is as enchanting as ever. A timeless symbol of peace and goodwill, and a reminder to all of hope and renewal, this year's 55-foot Blue Spruce evergreen hails from Michigan and is decorated with over 12,000 white LED lights. The tree's lights will shine nightly from 6 to 11 PM through the Christmas Epiphany (January 6, 2021).
Sponsors of the 2020 Fort Worth Christmas Tree at Sundance Square include Elaine & Neils Agather, Amon G. Carter Foundation, Sasha & Ed Bass, Downtown Fort Worth Inc, Fine Line Group, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, Fort Worth Promotion and Development Fund, Green Mountain Energy Company, Hillwood, Dee J. Kelly Foundation, Kelly Hart & Hallman, Luther King Capital Management, Miles Foundation, North Texas Community Foundation, Rainwater Charitable Foundation, Sid W. Richardson Foundation, Sundance Square, TECS Electric Ltd, Visit Fort Worth, and Wildcat Crane. Special thanks are extended to Mayor Betsy Price, members of the Fort Worth City Council, County Judge Glen Whitley, and our Tarrant County Commissioners.
Sundance Square also extends its deepest gratitude and warmest holiday wishes to Fort Worth’s dedicated
local public servants, educators, and essential services providers for all they have done to help the community survive and thrive during this extraordinarily challenging year.