Bangor's holiday tree will arrive in West Market Square Tuesday.

The tree was donated by Sprague's Nursery & Garden Center. Emera donated a truck to set the tree in place and adorn it with lights.

Crews will begin the process of putting up the tree at 10 a.m., and it is a process that takes about an hour to complete.

Below is the time-lapse video of crews putting up the tree in 2016.

Now, while the tree's arrival is an event in itself, it's small potatoes to the lighting that takes place after the city's Festival of Lights Parade.

This year, the parade is on Sat., Dec. 2. Here's the schedule.

Below is some video of the 2016 parade. See you there!

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