The parade goers first gather in the parking lot of the Traffic Jam & Snug located on the corner of Canfield & Second Ave.
There were all kinds of monsters in attendance
Feeling the beat
Even animals were in the spirit
Even Luchadors wanted to get their hands on the Red Dwarf
Everyone starts to gather to hear the opening words from the Red Dwarf
High atop a lift, the Red Dwarf knocks the city of Detroit
Four person bike equipped with shooting balls of fire
First time marching
Parade makes its way down Second Ave.
Stage being set for the closing words of the Red Dwarf
Waiting for the Red Dwarf to arrive
The Nain Rouge making his way to the steps of The Masonic Temple
The marchers gather in front of the Masonic Temple to hear what the Red Dwarfs final words are
The marching band plays before the Red Dwarf takes the stage
Final words before he is casted out of Detroit
The parade goers are finally led into the Masonic Temple to enjoy an after party
A banner for Detroit's founder, Antoine Laumet de la Mothe Cadillac. He's also the first man to have seen Le Nain, in the early 1700s.
The banner outside the Masonic Temple Theatre, waiting for the Nain and the parade of people banishing him from the city.
City of Detroit flags fly proudly in the Nain's face.
The crowd gathers, awaiting the Nain.
The Detroit Party Marching Band.
"Get the Rouge Out!"
The Nain addresses the crowd, to a loud chorus of boos.
The Nain arrives, taunting everyone who believes in Detroit.
With the Nain safely out of sight, the party continues inside the Masonic Temple. Read more HERE
Organizers Francis Grunow and Peter Van Dyke lead the way, followed closely by the evil Nain himself, having his picture taken.
Ready to banish the Nain for 2012.
The Detroit Party Marching Band arrives at the Masonic Temple.
Young man helps banish the Nain, by saying how much he believes in the city.
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