Maida Curran, left, gets help with her Anna costume lights from Nikki Padwen, dressed as Elsa, both characters from the movie "Frozen", as the two members of Tucson Ever After get ready to march with the Tucson Comic-Con entry at the annual downtown Parade of Lights and Festival, Saturday, December 15, 2018, Tucson, Ariz.

A few photos from preparations for the 2018 Parade of Lights in downtown Tucson on Saturday, Dec. 15. The award winners:

Grand Marshal’s Award (Best Entry Overall) $500 Award – Ballet Folklorico de Santa Maria

Pioneer Award (Best Historical or Cultural Theme) $250 Award – Ballet Folklorico Tapatio

Holiday Spirit Award (Best Use of Lights) $250 Award – Saguaro National Park – National Park Service

Harmony Award (Best Musical Group) $250 Award – Tucson High Marching 100

Bright Horizon Award (Best Youth Group) $250 Award – John Valenzuela Youth Center

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Jaylah Tolano has lipstick applied by her mother Lourdes as the members of Ballet Folklorico Tapatio spruce up on their float for the night's march at the annual downtown Parade of Lights and Festival, Saturday, December 15, 2018, Tucson, Ariz.