It’s a Philly Thing! “A Very Philly Christmas” is delightful with surprise guests

Round circles that look like ornaments have pictures of people singing and Santa in them.
Kimmel Cultural Campus: A Very Philly Christmas

There is nothing like starting your yuletide holiday festivities with Broadway singers, dancing elves, Santa, the No Name Pops, and the St. Thomas Gospel Choir in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center. This show is beautiful, silly, nostalgic, and energetic! Conductor Enrico Lopez-Yañez was a joy to watch and very personable with the audience and the cast. He is the Principal Pops Conductor for the Nashville Symphony and Principal Conductor for the Dallas Symphony. 

Singers Kristina Nicole Miller (soprano) and Christian Dante White (tenor) both hail from New York City and performed beautiful and familiar solos and duets, as well as joined in with the Very Philly Christmas Dancers as they paraded across the stage.

Santa, as always, does a stopover during his busiest season to read a couple of letters from the children in attendance, to the absolute delight of the kids and, and some extent the adults as well. You just can’t help but feel uplifted and ready for the holidays after seeing this show, and the best gift of all is that it’s running until Dec. 23, 2023.

Bring your friends and your family, or send your family if you need a break! Enrico said they will happily entertain them for you!

Get your tickets now for A Very Philly Christmas at the Kimmel Center. You won’t be disappointed.