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Holiday spirit invades the ISO

As downtown celebrated the Circle of Lights last week, the luminescence of the city isn’t the only sign that Indianapolis is ready to ring in the holiday spirit. Kicking off on December 6th, the 28th annual Duke Energy Yuletide Celebration aims to bring the holiday cheer to all who witness it! Considered by many to be Indiana’s greatest holiday tradition, this medley of classical holiday tunes takes over the Indianapolis Symphony hall for the month of December.

Adding to the spirit of a Hoosier holiday, the five-time Grammy Award-winner and Indiana favorite Sandi Patty returns with Jack Everly to give concertgoers an ISO performance like none other. Accompanying these two Indiana all stars are the always-spectacular members of the ISO and a cast of Broadway greats. Per tradition the members of The von Trapp Family will hit the stage to belt out the classic tunes from the Sound of Music as well as adding their own personal flare to our favorite holiday jingles.

Festive music, larger than life puppetry and the crowd favorite dancing Santa’s, leaves

The dancing Santa’s are ready to ring in the holiday cheer. Are you?

critics and Hoosiers raving about this one of a kind orchestra production. Heralded as the largest orchestra production of its kind in North America, Everly aims not to disappoint as he conducts the Indianapolis Symphony through the circuit of holiday favorites like “O Holy Night” and “I’ll Be Home for Christmas.” As always, the production includes the musical storytelling of “Twas the Night Before Christmas.”

With the first show rapidly approaching, you will not want to miss out on this night of holiday cheer, heart-warming tunes and dancing Santa’s. Buy your tickets here!

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