Sundance Square has the Christmas spirit.
On Friday, Sundance Square hosted the 8th Annual Fort Worth Parade of Lights. Tens of thousands of people crowded the streets to get a look at more than 100 floats decorated with lights.
But the big draw was a big tree. Santa Claus came into town to help light up a 55-foot blue spruce from Michigan decorated with ornaments.
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Based on reaction from kids in the crowd, the event was a hit.
“We get to see the tree light up, and we get to see, we get to see Santa!” said an excited Kaila Delane of Irving. “It's my first time, but I kind of like it. It's like New York.”
Hundreds of people waited in line to pose for a picture with Santa and the tree. Pictures are $7 and benefit charity.
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