If you weren’t sure already, it’s now the “most wonderful time of the year”: The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has arrived, and is now scheduled for its 89th annual lighting ceremony!

Every year since 1931 a different giant tree has been selected for the honor of standing in Rockefeller Plaza, and the lighting ceremony has been broadcast live around the world since 1951. This year, the annual event will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 1.

You can watch the ceremony on NBC at 8pm ET, or stream it on the following platforms:

  • YouTube TV ($65 per month, free two-week trial included)
  • Hulu + Live TV ($65 per month, free seven-day trial included)
  • fuboTV ($65 per month, free seven-day trial included)
  • Sling TV ($35 per month)

Throughout the festivities, expect appearances and performances from:

Ho ho ho, and enjoy!

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