This month, Bucks Happening is celebrating the holidays by bringing you the 12 Days of Christmas! Each weekday from December 1st through December 16th, we’ll cover something amazing about the holiday season in Bucks County- sites to see, happening holidays events, the best local gifts, and all sorts of other goodies.
As Buddy the Elf taught us, “The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.” Well, with 12 Drummers Drumming, we're highlighting some of the best ways to spread some musical cheer throughout Bucks County this holiday season:
The Wizards of Winter: A Tribute to the Trans Siberian Orchestra, New Hope Winery, Saturday, December 17, 2011, 8:00pm
Performing The Music of “The Trans Siberian Orchestra” and “Tales Beneath a Northern Star” Featuring some of the mid-Atlantic’s finest rock and progressive musicians, The Wizards of Winter reprise much of the Trans Siberian Orchestra's Christmas and Classical catalog. The band will be releasing their own holiday rock opera this season based on original Christmas material entitled ” Tales Beneath a Northern Star” in a similar but unique style. WOW will bring their musical intensity, stage theatrics and holiday fun to venues across the region. This 10 member ensemble boasts soaring vocal harmonies, precision string instrumentation, powerful percussion and stunning keyboard work, layered around a rich storyboard that evokes December’s past! Celebrate the Season with WOW!
General Admission $25.00 Qty
John Eddie's All Ages Christmas Show & Toy Drive, Havana New Hope, Sunday, December 18th 2PM – 8PM
2:45pm Brendan Monahan (solo acoustic artist)
3:30pm Sarah Larson (solo acoustic artist)
4:15pm Nikki Britt (with band)
5:30pm John Eddie
Advance Admission, $15.00
Annie Haslam & Friends Holiday Show, Sellersville Theater, Sunday, December 18
Renaissance’s lead vocalist Annie Haslam has become an equally heralded solo artist and as of late, a gifted oil painter. She’s graced the most prestigious world stages including London’s Royal Albert Hall and Carnegie Hall in New York and her travels have taken her to Japan and South America. Annie brings her five-octave voice and warm personality back to Sellersville in celebration of the holiday season.