Fort Worth's missing holiday centerpiece is finally in town, one day after being delayed by shipping problems.
A 55-foot blue spruce arrived in Sundance Square about 8 a.m. Tuesday from Michigan, and will become the traditional Christmas Tree in the city's busiest district.
Crews plan to hoist the tree onto its stand, using ropes and cables, at 10 a.m. Decorators will then get to work stringing more than 5,000 LED lights and giving the tree a traditional "Nutcracker" theme.
The lighting ceremony will take place, as it always does, the day after Thanksgiving in Sundance Square.
For more information visit www.sundancesquare.com/events/sundance-square-christmas-tree-lighting-ceremony
KDFW FOX 4
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