DENVER (CBS4)– If you didn’t get a chance to see the Mile High Tree during the holidays, here’s still time to see it. In fact, the Mile High Tree in Sculpture Park features new music and lights for the month of January.
READ MORE: Brighton Police: Suspect In Stolen Vehicle Arrested After 2 Bystanders Killed
More than 116,000 people visited the Mile High Tree during the holidays. Now it’s time to see it either for the first time, or again.
PHOTO GALLERY: Mile High Tree Features New Light Shows In January
The music featured is from acclaimed local artist. Keeping with Denver’s tradition of leaving up holiday lights through the National Western Stock Show & Rodeo, the Mile High Tree will stay lit through Jan. 31.
The tree is 110 feet tall and 39 feet in diameter, making it the tallest digital tree in North America. The tree will offer two alternating musical light shows nightly from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
READ MORE: Denver's Outdoor Dining Program Could Become Permanent
Both of the shows will have new digital graphics that include dancing guitars and dramatic new patterns.
Additional Information from Visit Denver:
The first program features Colorado-themed songs and artists including:
– “September” by Earth, Wind & Fire
– “Rocky Mountain High” by John Denver
– “Carry Your Heart” by Wildermiss
– “I Need Never Get Old” by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
– “She Is” by The Fray
– “Ho Hey” by The Lumineers
The second program features a collection of favorite karaoke songs, perfect to sing along to:
– “Conga” by Gloria Estefan
– “Crazy in Love” by Beyoncé
– “Dancing Queen” by ABBA
– “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” by Whitney Houston
– “We Are Family” by Sister Sledge
– “Good Time” by Alan Jackson
– “Any Man of Mine” by Shania Twain
– “Mountain Music” by Alabama
The Mile High Tree attraction is a partnership between VISIT DENVER’s Tourism Improvement District and Denver Arts & Venues, with the support of the DPAC tenants including Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Colorado Ballet, Opera Colorado and the Colorado Symphony.MORE NEWS: Larimer County Hospitalizations Spike As Vaccine Interest Stalls
LINK: Mile High Holidays