Toronto's Christmas tree arrives at Nathan Phillips Square this weekend

Nov 4 2016, 7:48 pm

As the City of Toronto prepares for Cavalcade of Lights, the official Christmas tree arrives on this weekend.

On the morning of Saturday, November 5, you can head down to Nathan Phillips Square as the 60-foot Christmas tree is scheduled to be delivered at 9 am.

The tree will be decorated and adorned with more than 700 individual ornaments and 3,810 meters of LED lights. But of course, the lighting of the tree itself won’t take place until November 26.

City of Toronto

City of Toronto

The tree lighting will take place during the 50th annual Cavalcade of Lights, which is going to be one massive celebration downtown Toronto. Expect fireworks, music, skating, and of course, a lot of lights.

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