PARADE The annual Geyserville Lighted Tractor Parade arrives in town on Nov. 25, 2023. Photos by Rick Tang.

Santa Rosa has its Rose Parade, Healdsburg has its 4H/FFA Parade, but Geyserville lays claim to the world’s biggest Lighted Tractor Parade, now in its 14th year (or is it the 15th?). On Saturday, Nov. 25, the small town where Alexander Valley meets Highway 101 pulled out all the stops on their army of tractors—and jeeps and mail trucks and vineyard pickups—to officially turn the page from Thanksgiving to the Christmas season. At least 3,000 residents and their cousins lined Geyserville Avenue along the 1.5-mile parade route from Canyon Road to the center of town on the chilly night to witness the stream of lights and imagination. Photographer Rick Tang captured the spectacle.

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