Mona Shores High School Choir

Mona Shores H.S. choir "Americas Tallest Singing Christmas Tree" photo
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It's Christmas Eve. We ring in the holiday with the Mona Shores High School Choir and Orchestra's celebration of the 35th season of America's Tallest Singing Christmas Tree ffrom the Frauenthal Center in downtown Muskegon.  

Mona Shores H.S. choir "Americas Tallest Singing Christmas Tree" photo
Patrick Center / WGVU

America’s Tallest Singing Christmas Tree is celebrating its 35th season performing to sellout crowds at Muskegon’s Frauenthal Theater this weekend.

“It’s five stories tall, 67 feet, it’s decorated just like your home tree with tinsel and angels and all of that and 25,000 led lights.”

Shawn Lawton is Director of Choirs at Mona Shores High School.

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America’s Tallest Singing Christmas Tree calls West Michigan home. Muskegon’s Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts hosted Mona Shores High School’s 33rd annual America's Tallest Singing Christmas Tree concert this year.

WGVU visited with the choir for a behind-the-scenes tour of a lakeshore holiday tradition.

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This weekend’ s performances at Muskegon’s Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts are sold out for Mona Shores High School’s 33rd annual Singing Christmas Tree concert. WGVU visited with the choir to check out what makes America’s Tallest Singing Christmas Tree so popular?

“It is called America’s Tallest Singing Christmas Tree. It is 67 feet tall which is the tallest singing Christmas tree in the United States and we think the world.”

Shawn Lawton is Mona Shores High School Choir director and the director of the singing Christmas tree.