Singing Christmas Tree
Mona Shores High School are the originators of this particular man made singing Christmas Tree. It will sit on the floor in the house, so the best seats are in the balcony. Also, the orchestra is extended, so the first row of seating for this event is actually in Row K.
The Mona Shores High School Singing Christmas Tree, celebrating its twenty-seventh season, is America's Tallest. This event has become a holiday tradition enjoyed by people in West Michigan and beyond. What better way to start off this season than with a sixty-seven foot tall tree, lit with over 25,000 colored lights, packed with 300 singers and accompanied by the award winning Mona Shores High School fifty-piece Orchestra? The choir is known for presenting an entertaining and eclectic mix of music that always includes popular holiday carols, songs of Chanukkah, sacred and secular songs as well as songs from many lands such as Africa. In the setting of the 1,800 seat, fully restored Frauenthal Theater for Performing Arts the Tree is truly a spectacle you will not want to miss!
How to get there
96 WEST to Muskegon. Stay on 96 in left lane and it will turn into Business 31 then it will turn into Seaway Dr. Follow Seaway Dr through town until you see Third Street and turn LEFT. Two blocks up the road you will come to Western Ave, on that corner is the Frauenthal Center.
425 Western Ave
Muskegon, MI 49441
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