Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lights

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The best time of year got off to a light-filled start on Wednesday, when the towering Rockefeller Center Christmas tree was officially lit. The 24-meter (79-foot) tall Norwegian spruce, covered in more than 50,000 lights in a rainbow of color and featuring a 400-kilogram (900-pound) star encased in glass, was lit at an open ceremony in midtown Manhattan. back to the public, in contrast to last year's event that was hit by the pandemic.

The power-up was televised on NBC and hosted by Al Roker, Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb and Craig Melvin of the "Today" show. Musical performances included Harry Connick Jr., Norah Jones, Brad Paisley, and Alessia Cara. Radio City Rockettes were also part of the celebration.

This year's tree comes from Elkton, Maryland, where it lived for more than 80 years outside of a family home. Rockefeller Center's first Christmas tree was set up by men who worked there in 1931.

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