Bryant Park’s annual Tree Lighting returns Monday, December 6, at 6pm.
Once again, it will be a glittering show that includes performances by the Classical Theatre of Harlem Choir, and a stellar lineup of live skate performances from Olympic and World champion skaters Mirai Nagasu, Shawn Sawyer, and pairs team Meagan Duhamel and Dylan Moscovitch.
The evening will also include fireworks and a special appearance from Santa himself
Free tickets are required to manage crowd size and social distancing.
Each person attending must have an advance ticket, including children.
Register for free tickets at https://bryantpark.org/programs/tree-lighting
That’s also where you can see the event livestreamed, if you can’t get tickets.
In-person attendees must show either proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a recent negative test.
Children under twelve may attend with a vaccinated adult.
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This year’s Bryant Park Tree is 43 feet tall, weighs more than 5,000 pounds, and is decorated with approximately 12,000 lights.
Please note: The Rink closes to the public 2:30pm on the day of Tree Lighting. Public skating resumes right after the show, around 6:50pm. Book your skate time here.
See additional information about tickets and safety policies at https://bryantpark.org/programs/tree-lighting.