Christmas is on its way! Time to raise your glass, and celebrate the season. And Christmas trees, of course, which have come to represent all the things we love about this festive time of year.
All the more so when the Christmas tree itself is not your run-of-the-mill Norfolk pine, but rather a one-of-a-kind installation made from over 1 800 recycled Champagne bottles, resulting in an irresistibly innovative and creative art piece.
A festival of lights and music
Which is where Moët & Chandon comes in… for the second shining year in a row the Champagne brand presents Cape Town’s Champagne Christmas Tree that is standing tall at Silo 7, next to the Radisson RED Hotel, from 29 November until 6 January 2019.
The 10-metre-tall tree is adorned with a shimmering gold ribbon and, once the sun sets, visitors can look forward to an impressive lighting display set to flash and glow in sync with themed festive music, of course!
The Moët Music Box allows visitors to interact with the light and music directly – by simply turning the music-box lever, the magical 40-second lighting show will commence, bringing the tree to life!
Shining its light on The Silo District for the duration of the holiday season until 6 January 2019, the tree is a beacon of warmth and light, and an appropriate monument to the festive spirit of Christmas in Cape Town. Come and join in the spirit of sharing, and raise a glass to a joyous Christmas!
Location Silo District, South Arm Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town