Parade Information

We're excited to announce a new Title Sponsor for the Parade of Lights, XTO Energy!  XTO's campus includes many of the buildings along our traditional parade route, and is a perfect fit for Fort Worth's holiday celebration.  Welcome, XTO!

With over 100 highly illuminated entries, the Parade of Lights will kick off the Holiday Season in style.  From Belknap Street to Commerce Street, and around 9th Street, then over to Houston Street and up to Weatherford, the parade will transform Downtown with the theme of, "Together for the Holidays!"

ONLINE SEAT SALES HAVE ENDED (12:00 NOON).  ANY REMAINING SEATS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT OUR ONSITE TICKET SALES LOCATION BEGINNING AT 2:00 PM.  CASH/CREDIT ACCEPTED.  THE TICKET OFFICE IS LOCATED AT 5TH STREET AND MAIN STREET IN A WHITE TENT.

NEW FOR 2014! Bring your family earlier in the day to Celebrate the Holidays Together Downtown, and make a day of it.  Avoid the crowds by parking early or using our expanded Route 7 bus service (which runs from Farrington Field beginning at 2:00 PM), and enjoy lunch at hundreds of great restaurants or take advantage of some early bird, "Black Friday," shopping deals at one of our incredible array of Downtown retailers.  

With a reserved seat at the parade, you can relax during the day at the new Sundance Square Plaza and take in the sights and sounds of a Downtown bright with the Holiday spirit, and know your seat at one of the top Holiday Parades in America is waiting just for you!

JUST ANNOUNCED!  Grammy-nominated and Emmy Award-winning Miguel Harth-Bedoya, a critically acclaimed conductor and recording artist, has been selected as the grand marshal for the 2014 XTO Energy Parade of Lights

We hope you'll join us this year!

Parade of Lights

Schedule

Date
Friday, Nov 28, 2014
Time
~ 6:00pm
Location
Starts at Belknap and Throckmorton
Theme
Together for the Holidays!
Grand Marshal
Miguel Harth-Begoya, Music Director, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, and his wife Maritza
Schedule of Activities - Join us Downtown throughout the day for activities, food and holiday shopping as we prepare for the XTO Energy Parade of Lights