Immerse yourself in a winter wonderland filled with 75 uniquely decorated trees celebrating 75 years of Pittsburgh CLO. Each tree has been distinctively designed to represent one of the exceptional musicals produced by the CLO. Since its founding in 1946, The Civic Light Opera Association of Greater Pittsburgh -- now Pittsburgh CLO -- has been a beloved part of the lives of Pittsburghers and of the musical theater industry nationwide. CLO’s first 13 seasons were held at Pitt Stadium, where crowds of thousands gathered to see productions that might include both a neighbor and a national star. Through the intervening decades, the Summer Season moved venues several times -- from the Melody Tent (1959 - 1961) to the Civic Arena (1962 - 1969) to Heinz Hall (1971 - 1987) to the Benedum (1988 and onward) to, this year, Heinz Field! -- but its driving force has remained consistent: to bring artists and audiences together to build community and celebrate musical theater. Warm up as you take a stroll through this stunning display and enjoy the whimsy and wonder that only the Pittsburgh CLO can provide. Be sure pose for some photos with this stunning backdrop and share them using #HolidayCLObration.