More than 8,000 bulbs will light up the Outlets at Castle Rock Christmas tree on Nov. 10 during the finale of the center's 13th annual tree lighting concert. Featuring performances by 2018 Country …
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More than 8,000 bulbs will light up the Outlets at Castle Rock Christmas tree on Nov. 10 during the finale of the center's 13th annual tree lighting concert.
Featuring performances by 2018 Country Music Television Listen Up Artist Tyler Rich and rising country star Dylan Schneider, the free concert will run from 5-8 p.m. and is expected to draw in thousands for a family-friendly kickoff to the holiday season.
“We're hoping that this night will be a magical holiday experience unlike anything else in Colorado,” Jennifer Simpson, Outlets at Castle Rock marketing director, said in a news release. “We'll have incredible performances, exciting holiday decorations, the lighting of our magnificent Christmas tree and more.”
The concert closes with a center-wide countdown — led by Santa Claus himself — to the lighting of the 55-foot white fir tree and a holiday fireworks show. Sourced from the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, the tree stands more than 10 feet taller than the big blue bear at the Denver Convention Center. Near the end of its lifespan, this tree is part of an important forest manicuring process, and 10 budding trees were planted in its place.
In addition to the fun holiday festivities, attendees will be able to enjoy a selection of food trucks and beverages.
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