Fort Worth Is Hosting A Giant Holiday Parade Of Lights This Month
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The DFW metroplex is one of the greatest places to spend the holidays. It seems like everywhere you look, you will be able to find some sort of magical event happening. One of the wildest events happening in the Fort Worth parade of lights taking place on November 24 in Downtown Fort Worth.
During the event, you’ll be able to see some super wild creations. Some of these include massive light-up owls to more simple floats with Christmas trees and Santas. This year's theme is "the Sound of the Season" to make things a little more exciting.
We suggest you get there early to be able to visit the shops around Sundance Square. Seasonal treats will be available, including hot chocolate, so you won’t have to worry about getting cold while watching the parade. Before the show begins, you will be able to enjoy live musical performances on mobile stages is located around the parade route.
You can reserve your seats for the parade now, starting at $14 and running up to about $30. You'll be able to enjoy tons of fun stuff and who knows what you might see. In the past, there has been everything from horse carriages to Star Wars characters running around.
For more fun stuff to do in Fort Worth check out this new restaurant with over 20 types of loaded toast for any time of the day. You can also check out this ice skating rink in Fort Worth this winter.
Price: Free to stand; Seats vary in price from $12.95 to $29.95, plus ticketing fees.
When: November 24
Address: Sundance Square Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Why You Need To Go: You can hang out at this amazing light parade where you can see all of this year's creations.