Chicago Christmas tree arrives at Millennium Park

This year's tree for the City of Chicago is a 63-foot tall Colorado Bruce, donated by the Voelker family in Northlake.

Chicago's official Christmas tree is at its new home in Millennium Park.

It was delivered overnight, and the move forced part of Michigan Avenue to close.

The 63-foot spruce donated from a Northlake family will be lit Nov. 24 for the first time in Millennium Park instead of Daley Plaza.

A section of the northbound Michigan Avenue closed Tuesday night to allow for the delivery.

This year's tree is a Colorado Bruce, donated by the Voelker family.

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