Travel Video of the Week: Empire State Building’s first-ever Christmas light show

This Christmas season, New York City is really in the holiday spirit! For the first time ever, New Yorkers and holiday visitors have been given the gift of a Christmas light show on the iconic Empire State Building—not once but five different times. Beginning on Friday, December 20 and closing with the grand finale today—Christmas Eve—at 7 pm, the show features an impressive display of LED lights choreographed to Christmas music, which can be heard on the radio station 106.7 Lite FM.

The video above features one of the performances from the past few days, and it’s pretty cool. If you’re in New York City for Christmas Eve, you might want to tune in from a good vantage point (Brooklyn Bridge, The High Line, Bryant Park, Union Square, Madison Square Park, Williamsburg Waterfront, and more) at 7 pm!

Johnny Jet

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Johnny Jet
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