Click above to buy an $25 ticket to the December 19 show at 8 p.m. ($50 value; mid orchestra section G or side orchestra section H). . Click on the links below for additional ticket options.
- Buy here for an $18 ticket ($37 value; lower orchestra section I, mid side section J, upper orchestra section K, or mid balcony section L).
- Buy here for a $31 ticket ($63 value; orchestra section D, side lodge section E, or lower balcony section F).
Jump to: Christmas All Year-Round
Holiday music is rarely credited for its pizzazz, zim-zam, and pop. Today’s Groupon seeks to change that with a variety of ticket options to the December 19 Pasadena Symphony and Pops concert, a show with a holiday arsenal that proves the sonic power of classic Christmas tunes. Music, dancing, and Santa Claus will unite under the roof of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium to form a symbolic holiday harbinger that reminds you of the joys of the holiday season. The Holiday Pops performance has more yuletide joy baked into it than a fruitcake made out of reindeer dust.
Since your ears can’t open presents on a crisp Christmas morn, treat them to musical selections from A Charlie Brown Christmas and Home Alone along with such sleigh ride staples as “Jingle Bells,” “O Holy Night,” “Silent Night,” “Carol of the Bells,” “Hallelujah Chorus,” and more. Listen to music while ballet dancers coordinate to the rhythm of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker. Guide your friends and family through audience sing-alongs started by the stars of the Los Angeles Childrens Chorus and The Donald Brinegar Singers. The holiday concert concludes with the timely arrival of Saint Nicholas, who can’t ignore a swell Christmas romp that gets him out of burning defective-present duty.
The spirit of December manifests itself in all kinds of ways, and musical performance is one of them. Bring together your holiday friends and Christmas relatives for a spirited celebration of the holiday spirit, which emanates from the open mouths of people singing about holiday spirit and travels through the air into your lungs, where it lodges itself and breeds spirit-babies.