On the west side of the state one high school has a pretty cool tradition for the holidays that has gone on for over 34 years.

Mona Shores High School, located near Muskegon, creates a stunning visual with their Holiday Singing Christmas Tree concert put on by the high school's choir. Over 1,500 people jam pack the Frauenthal Center in Downtown Muskegon to witness the show.  This year the school added an extra performance for a total of four shows and they sold out in a matter of hours. That's impressive.

The choir consists of over 300 students and are also joined by the high school's orchestra to set the mood for the show. The steel structure that the tree is made of stands 67 feet tall with the star almost hitting the ceiling. Over 1,500 feet of lighting helps complete the tree and having close to 25,000 lights coordinated with the music of the show. That sounds like enough holiday cheer to keep you in the spirit until next Christmas!

Source: Mlive.com