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Loston Harris Trio at Bryant Park Tree Lighting on December 3

SOURCE: Published: 2013-12-02
Loston Harris LOSTON HARRIS TRIO PERFORMS AT BRYANT PARK TREE LIGHTING DECEMBER 3 - TUESDAY JOINS ALL-STAR LINEUP OF PERFORMERS

Celebrate and Give Back at the Tree Lighting Show Featuring Loston Harris


The Loston Harris Trio will be featured at this year's Bryant Park Tree Lighting Show, which will present an array of personalities, musicians, and excitement. Throughout the evening, you can enjoy music performances by the Loston Harris Trio, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Carly Rose Sonenclar of The X Factor, Young People's Chorus, and NY Pops Brass Quintet. There will also be an appearance by New York Yankees legend Mariano Rivera, and a lineup of stellar skaters including Johnny Weir and the synchronized skating team The Haydenettes. Be sure to arrive early - as you wander the Holiday Shops at Winter Village, you'll discover even more musical surprises!

This year's tree lighting brings a call to action for visitors to the Bank of America Winter Village to give back. The 50 foot Norway Spruce tree comes from Newburgh in Orange County, New York. This massive green beauty spans 25 feet at its base. That's about the length of 3 of the park's ping pong tables placed end to end! And the height equals about 5 cars stacked on top of each other.

The Tree Lighting Show will also kick off Hunger Awareness Week at Winter Village. Bank of America is making your regular activities even more meaningful by connecting them with donations to the Food Bank for New York City. With Skate-to-Donate and Dine-to-Donate programs kicking off December 3, Bank of America will match minutes skated at the The Rink and desserts ordered at Celsius with contributions to fighting hunger in NYC.

Tree Lighting Show
Tuesday, December 3
5pm: Music throughout the park
6pm: Show Begins


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