Why See Home for the Holidays?
A Yuletide variety Spectacular
A host full of talent stars in this brand new Christmas extravaganza hitting New York this November. Home for the Holidays is a mixture of song, music and storytelling, led by a trio of talent show contest winners; America's Got Talent winner Bianca Ryan, and American Idol winner Candice Glover, and The Voice's season 6 winner Josh Kaufman. Backed by a eight-piece rhythm and brass band, they'll be serenading the audience with everything from hymns and carols, to popular pop standards, such 'All I Want For Christmas Is You'.
Home for the Holidays is much more than just a concert though. The whole show is narrated by Kaitlyn Bristowe (The Bachelorette), while Academy Award nominee Danny Aiello (Do the Right Thing, Leon) offers up stories of New York's Yuletide season through the ages. There'll also be appearances from a pair of Youtube stars, Peter and Evynne Hollens. This Holiday really has something for everyone.
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Next available performances
Mon, Dec 18
Tue, Dec 19
Wed, Dec 20
Thu, Dec 21
Fri, Dec 22
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