Absinthe Electric Oak

Standing 35 feet high and 37 feet wide, the Absinthe Electric Oak has 120,000 LED leaves of ever-changing color patterns which can be synchronized with the music played by the Green Fairy Garden’s resident Tree-J. It was first illuminated by The Gazillionaire at Absinthe’s 8th anniversary party on April 1, 2019.

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