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Want to be on 9NEWS? Tell us about your Parade of Lights memories

Upload a short video sharing your Parade of Lights memories, and 9NEWS might air it during our hour-long special.

Just like everything in 2020, a certain holiday tradition in Colorado since 1975 will be a little bit different this year. 

The 9NEWS Parade of Lights won't happen in its traditional form, but you will be able to see eight floats at locations throughout downtown Denver from Nov. 27 to Dec. 31. 

RELATED: 9NEWS Parade of Lights to be multi-week celebration in 2020

9NEWS will also air an hour-long Parade of Lights Holiday Special, featuring looks at past parades, season's greetings from 9NEWS personalities new and old and a special reading from Mark Koebrich himself. 

Watch the 2019 Parade of Lights:

And this is where you come in. We want to highlight the memories countless Coloradans have of attending the Parade of Lights ... and maybe even taking part themselves.  

Upload videos sharing your past experiences to the form below. We will be using them during the holiday special, which airs on Dec. 4 at 8 p.m. on 9NEWS. 

The special will also be streamed on 9NEWS.com, via the 9NEWS app on both cellphones and streaming devices, and on the 9NEWS YouTube channel.

Use the QR code below to download the FREE 9News Parade of Lights app to unlock a map of the festive floats you know and love, sprinkled throughout Downtown Denver. March to the beat of your own drum and plan your Parade route quickly and easily with the exclusive app. Available for iOS and Android. 

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