The 86th tree to be featured in Rockefeller Center for the Christmas season has already been picked out.
This year's tree, a Norway spruce from State College, Pennsylvania will be cut down on Thursday, November 9. After being driven 239 miles from State College, the tree will arrive in New York on November 11, at which point it will be topped with a Swarovski crystal star and decorated with 50,000 multi-colored LED lights, according to .
While they haven't released any info about tall this year's tree is yet, Rockefeller Center did share a picture of it on Twitter.
The tree will be lit during the annual live broadcast, which takes place this year on with live performances from 7-9 p.m. While the 2017 lineup hasn't been released yet, last year Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, Josh Groban and Dolly Parton all performed at the event.
The tree will remain on display until January 7, 2018.