There's nothing more iconic about the Christmas season in New York than the giant tree in Rockefeller Center. The Norway spruce looks unbelievably picturesque in its full attire towering above the street and the ice rink. Although it's put up in early November, the lighting ceremony is held only in late November after Thanksgiving Day. This event is accompanied by live entertainment that gathers thousands of revelers each year. The long awaited 'big moment' comes when the sparkling lights come alive while the crowd collectively awws in unison. But don't worry if you miss the ceremony, the beautiful tree will still be there up until early January.
November 29–December 07, 2017
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