Best Traveling Holiday Shows of 2016
‘Tis the season…to catch some awesome holiday performances! We’ve curated the best of the best when it comes to touring Christmas shows, so you can get into the spirit no matter where you live.
Straight No Chaser 20th Anniversary Tour
In support of their newest release, I’ll Have Another… Christmas Album, a cappella group Straight No Chaser are hitting the road. The upcoming world tour is extra special as it marks the group’s 20th anniversary. The festivities begin on November 25 in Grand Rapids, MI. Click here to browse tickets.
Disney on Ice
Travel to an enchanted forest with Snow White, laugh along with Rapunzel, or see the story of Cinderella unfold all while Minnie and Mickey Mouse play host at this year’s Disney on ice tour. Performances vary by city with the first week of shows kicking off on November 2. Click here to browse tickets.
Cirque Dreams Holidaze
After eight years of simultaneous touring productions, Cirque Dreams are back with another instant classic: Cirque Holidaze. With over 300 costumes, 20 acts and 30 artists from all around the world, don’t miss this holiday extravaganza that’s being touted as both a Broadway musical and family Christmas spectacular. Click here to browse tickets.
Usher in the holiday season with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, now celebrating 20 years of epic Christmas concerts. Known for their monster rendition of “Carol of the Bells,” this prog-rock group is currently on the road from now until the end of the year. Click here to browse tickets.
Perhaps one of the most classic of holiday shows, nothing will give you all of the holiday feels quite like a performance The Nutcracker. This ballet has been reimagined on countless stages throughout the country, and is the perfect show for the classical music lover in your life. Click here to browse tickets.
Jingle Ball ‘#iHeartJingleBall’ Tour
The 2016 edition of Jingle Ball is back with a lineup chock full of pop singers and EDM stars. Presented by iHeartRadio, this annual tour kicks off on November 25 and includes The Weeknd and The Chainsmokers as headliners. Click here to browse tickets.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Musical
Everybody knows the story of Dr. Seuss’ classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas, but have you seen it as a musical? Watch this beloved holiday story come to life–including songs “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” and “Welcome, Christmas”–while it tours nationally this winter. Click here to browse tickets.
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