(WXYZ) - One of the world's tallest and largest singing Christmas trees in the world will be on display tonight in Muskegon.
The giant singing tree is a Mona Shores High School tradition that's more than two decades old.
The tree is 67-feet tall and holds almost 300 choir members -- with one lucky senior standing on top.
The show is at the Frauenthal Theater in Muskegon for the next three days.
The first public performance of the season is tonight.
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