BOULDER, Colo. — Boulder rang in the holiday season with "Snow Much Fun" on Tuesday night. It mixed holiday lights with games and the Denver Broncos.
The major focus of the event was on the more than 200,000 holiday lights that are wrapped around trees in Boulder’s Central Park.
“It just puts people in the [holiday] spirit,” said Teresa Jackson with the Department of Parks and Recreation.
Jackson said the display was put up by six people over seven days. The lights vary in color from red to green to white and blue.
“You’ll be seeing a lot of color,” Jackson said.
Rocky Mountain State Games got the Broncos to participate in the event. While Miles was out and about goofing around, Brandon Marshall and Omar Bolden signed autographs for fans.
The lights will stay up through the beginning of January. You can view them every day at sunset until 11 p.m. each night.