Thousands of people gathered throughout Galveston to watch the Knights of Momus parade on Saturday night. The Knights of Momus dates back to 1871 on Galveston Island and they live up to their name. Colorful, themed floats brought awe and many beads to the streets. Revelers yelled and jumped for beads and danced when the marching bands performed their best work. 

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