It’s that great time of 12 months once more, when NBC kicks off the holiday season with the annual primetime telecast of the lighting of the long-lasting Rockefeller Christmas Tree airing on Wednesday, Dec. 1.
The 89th annual holiday special will have a good time the lighting of a 79-foot tall and 46-foot broad Norway Spruce from Elkton, Md. The tree weighs roughly 12 tons, might be adorned with greater than 50,000 multi-colored energy-efficient LED lights and topped with a shocking Swarovski star.
“After a year in which we weren’t able to have people join us in person, this tree-lighting ceremony will be incredibly monumental to those who can both attend and the millions of people who watch it across the country,” stated Doug Vaughan, Government Vice President, Special Applications, NBCU Tv and Streaming. “It’s truly an event that continues to inspire and a wonderful way to begin the holiday season.”
This 12 months’s host might be NBC Information’ “TODAY” co-anchors Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker, and Craig Melvin. Viewers and attendees might be handled to festive performances by Alessia Cara, Harry Connick Jr., Mickey Guyton, Norah Jones, Brad Paisley, Rob Thomas, Carrie Underwood and extra. The festivities will proceed with a duet that includes Paisley and Thomas and a special efficiency by the Radio Metropolis Rockettes.
Prior to the primetime telecast, an extra stay hour of the special might be broadcast on all NBC Owned Tv Stations beginning at 7p.m. ET. The special is hosted by “Access Daily and Access Hollywood’s” Mario Lopez alongside with NBC 4 New York’s Natalie Pasquarella and David Ushery.
All through the evening, viewers can have the chance to give again by donating to Crimson Nostril Day. Supporters will assist kids and households who’ve been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic with worsened starvation, homelessness, and studying loss.
“Christmas In Rockefeller Center ” might be broadcast stay at 8-10p.m. ET/PT, test your native listings, and can simulcast stay on Peacock.
For extra info, go to http://www.nbc.com/christmas-in-rockefeller-center or the NBC Common Media Village web site at www.nbcumv.com.