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Parade Of Lights Denver 2010

Parade Of Lights Denver 2010 - The 9NEWS Parade of Lights Denver 2010 is presented by the American Furniture and Warehouse and GO Automotive Groups and will kick-off the start of the Holiday Season in downtown Denver and perhaps in all of Denver. The parade will start at the fully lighted Denver City & Country Building at 14th & Bannock Street. There are alloated seating for those who want to be there early. The parade will be done twice, the first one is being held today 8pm onwards and the next will be tomorrow, December 4 at 6pm.

Streets which will form part of the route of the Parade of Lights Denver 2010 as well as Light Rail Transit operation will be closed during the duration of the parade.

We advice private vehicle and other commuters to be advised of the following road closures provided to us by the official website of the Denver Lights Parade 2010. THe following streets will be closed from 7:30 – 10 p.m. on Friday, December 3, 2010 and from 5:30 – 8 p.m. on Saturday, December 4, 2010.

* Colfax Avenue from Speer Blvd. to Broadway
* 17th Street from Lawrence Street to Broadway
* 15th Street from Court Place to Lawrence Street
* 14th Street from Champa Street to Colfax Avenue
* 12th and 13th Streets from Welton Street to Colfax Avenue
* Arapahoe/Curtis/Champa Streets from 14th Street to 18th Street
* Stout Street from Speer Blvd. to 18th Street
* California Street from 18th Street to 14th Street
* Welton and Glenarm Streets from Colfax Avenue to 18th Street
* Tremont Place from Broadway to Colfax Avenue
* Court Place from Colfax Avenue to 15th Street
* Galapago/Fox Streets from Speer Blvd. to Colfax Avenue

Parade Of Lights Denver 2010


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