PHOENIX - The APS Electric Light Parade is a valley tradition that's been running for 26 years.
More than 60 cars, trucks, tricycles, tractors, bulldozers, and other moving vehicles will be decked out with hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights.
The floats will move through Central Phoenix.
The parade starts on Central Avenue at Montebello. It will move toward Camelback Road, then east on Camelback to 7th Street, and on 7th Street south to Indian School Road. For more information about the parade, call 602-534-FEST.
ABC15 is a sponsor of the event.
The parade starts at 7 p.m. Saturday.
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