DENVER (CBS4)– Downtown Denver is getting into the holiday spirit. The Mile High Tree is being installed at the 16th Street Mall.
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The 110-foot-tall tree is the tallest digital tree in the country. More than 116,000 people visited the Mile High Tree during the holidays last season.
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Last year, it was placed near the DCPA but this year, it’s near Welton Street. The official tree lighting is scheduled for Nov. 19 with COVID-19 restrictions in place.
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