Each year, producers Brad and Jennifer Moranz gather some of the country’s most talented performers for the Charleston Christmas Special. You’ll see new faces and familiar favorites on stage at the Charleston Music Hall.
The all-new Charleston Christmas Special is a family-friendly blend of holiday classics and a host of new songs sure to get everyone in the Christmas spirit.
Some of this year’s highlights include:
Matthew Billman, who can rival Josh Groban’s baritone, will perform Steven Curtis Chapman’s version of “O Come All Ye Faithful.”
Rodney Archie, a regular performer at Dollywood, will sing a gospel version of “Joy to the World” and the holiday classic “This Christmas.”
Jenna Flaherty has been delighting Christmas Special attendees for years with her operatic vocals. Don’t miss her performance of Sandi Patty’s “Angels We Have Heard on High” and Kelly Clarkson’s rendition of “Please Come Home for Christmas.”
Charleston Christmas Special regulars Tiffany Parker and Michael Minor are back. Parker will perform “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” accompanied by Brad Moranz on guitar. Minor will perform a new ventriloquist act featuring everyone’s favorite reindeer Dasher.
Get your tickets for this year’s show: Dec. 16-22 at the Charleston Music Hall, 37 John St., Charleston.
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