Ring in the Holidays with the Singing Christmas Tree

Last year I discovered the Singing Christmas Tree in Portland, Oregon, but at that time I didn’t realize what a global tradition it is! Every year folks all around the world are performing holiday shows that include a singing Christmas tree. I’m amazed at all the talented people who build the sets and the many others who sing, dance, and play instruments. Below are a few hand-picked shows that you can enjoy across North America.

Augusta, GA

Singing Christmas Tree - Augusta, GA
If you live near Augusta, GA, clear your schedule next weekend, because the Singing Christmas Tree at Abilene Baptist Church is performing for just 3 days. With a full orchestra, an original drama sequence, and over 85 singers, you won’t want to miss it! To get a taste of what you’ll see, check out this clip from last year’s show.

Abilene Baptist Church
3917 Washington Road
Martinez, GA 30907

December 9–11
Admission: Free! But make sure you get your tickets in advance from the main church office.

Charlotte, NC

Singing Christmas Tree - Charlotte, NC
For the 62nd year in a row, the Singing Christmas Tree in Charlotte, NC is entertaining audiences. This event will include a variety of talent such as puppetry, dance, and—of course—music! In addition to the regular performances, the Singing Christmas Tree is also putting on 2 abbreviated shows for kids. So whether young or old, everyone will be filled with joyful spirit.

Knight Theater
430 South Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

December 10–11
Admission: $13–39 (Click here to purchase.)

Jackson, MS


The Singing Christmas Tree in Jackson, MS boasts as being the longest running singing tree in America! The first performance at Belhaven University was held in 1933, which makes this year the tree’s 84th anniversary.

Belhaven University Bowl Stadium
1500 Peachtree Street
Jackson, MS 39202

December 2–3
Admission: Free!

Muskegon, MI (Grand Rapids Metro Area)

Singing Christmas Tree - Muskegon, MI
If you want to see the tallest Singing Christmas Tree in America, then you need to visit Muskegon, MI. This gigantic tree stands a towering 67 feet tall! It can hold 240 singers and is decorated with 25,000 lights. Unfortunately this performance is completely sold out for this year, but mark your calendars for next year so you can get your tickets early. In the meantime, enjoy this video from a previous year that includes footage of the tree being built.

Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts
425 W. Western Avenue #200
Muskegon, MI 49440

December 1–3
Admission: $15

Portland, OR

Singing Christmas Tree - Portland, OR
Folks in the Pacific Northwest can kick off the Christmas season at a performance of Portland’s Singing Christmas Tree. This musical production will delight audiences with two hours of traditional and contemporary music. A live orchestra, 350+ singers, dancers, and actors bring the spirit of Christmas to life!

Keller Auditorium
222 SW Clay Street
Portland, OR 97201

December 1–4
Admission: $20–48 (Click here to purchase.)

Sacramento, CA

Singing Christmas Tree - Sacramento, CA
For 60 years, the Singing Christmas Tree has been performing in Sacramento, and this year they are going all out to celebrate their anniversary. In addition to the choir, there will also be a 40-piece orchestra, dancers, actors, and soloists.

Capital Christian Center
9470 Micron Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95827

December 2–11
Admission: $5–25 (Click here to purchase.)

Vancouver, Canada

The Vancouver Singing Christmas Tree is such a beloved Christmas tradition that all their tickets are sold out. But if you haven’t already secured a ticket, don’t fret because you can still try to grab a seat. Get there early and wait in the “non-ticket holders” line. Thirty minutes before each show, they’ll start letting folks in until the auditorium is full. To get updates, follow their Facebook page.

Broadway Church
2700 East Broadway
Vancouver, British Columbia

December 2–11
Admission: Free!

Mary

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