Local high school bands, groups take part in Parade of Lights in downtown Fort Worth

The Lake Worth Band entertained the crowd with Holiday Music.

The Lake Worth Band entertained the crowd with Holiday Music.

At the Parade of Lights in downtown Fort Worth, tradition was on full display with wounded officer Matt Pearce serving as Grand Marshal.
Marching bands from Lake Worth HS, Benbrook HS and FWISD filled the streets with holiday music. Motorcycle clubs and even DeLorean Back to the Future cars were all dressed in layers of lights.

Members of the Benbrook Bobcat Band march in the parade.

Members of the Benbrook Bobcat Band march in the parade.

Nearly 150 floats filled the streets, and every block overflowed with spectators of all ages. Some kids were hoisted high by the parents while others snuggled on the sidewalks.

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Large inflatables such as Big Bird were guided through the streets by walking line handlers.

Classic cars from Impalas to Deloreans were decked out in Christmas lights.

Classic cars from Impalas to Deloreans were decked out in Christmas lights.

 

 Saint Peter the Apostle Catholic School lights up the street during the parade.

Saint Peter the Apostle Catholic School lights up the street during the parade.

 

The Venture Crew 2442 from White Settlement were decked out in lights for the parade.

The Venture Crew 2442 from White Settlement were decked out in lights for the parade.

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