Christmas at Rockefeller Center
The Holiday Truck at Rockefeller Center
December 5 – December 31, 2019
Visit the Holiday Truck at Rockefeller Center with Amazon Handmade, 8am-10pm daily through December 31 (closed Christmas Day). Located on the South Esplanade overlooking the rink, visitors to Rockefeller Center can purchase the second -edition “Share the Light” ornament featuring a bulb from last year’s tree and unique, genuinely handcrafted wooden, ceramic, felt, and pewter ornaments made by verified Amazon Handmade Artisans. See the full list of upcoming free events and family programs happening at the Holiday Truck this season:
Friday, December 6 and Tuesday, December 17
5-Minute Family Illustrations, 12-3pm
Thursday, December 12
Silent Disco, 6-8pm
Sunday, December 15
Kids Crafts & Holiday Art Workshop, 10:30am – 1:30pm
Thursday, December 19
Photo Booth, 11am – 5pm
Saturday, December 21
Winter Solstice with Tarot, Crystal and Palm Readings, 12-3pm
Monday, December 23
New York City Pop Culture Trivia, 3:30-5pm
Choirs under the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
December 11 – December 20, 2019
Join us under the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree to hear choirs from across New York City perform throughout the festive period. Embrace the spirit of the holiday season and enjoy joyful songs on weekday evenings from December 11- 20.
Wednesday December 11th, 7pm: Rockefeller Center Sings
Thursday December 12th, 7pm: NYC Master Chorale
Friday December 13th, 5pm: Broadway Babies
Friday December 13th, 6.30pm: Navatman Music Collective
Monday December 16th, 6.30pm: Brooklyn Interdenominational Choir
Tuesday December 17th, 7pm: Young New Yorkers Chorus
Wednesday December 18th, 6pm: Songs of Solomon
Thursday December 19th,7pm: Choral Chameleon
Friday December 20th, 6pm: Voice of Friendship Singers
The Rink at Rockefeller Center, Rockefeller Center
Hundreds of tenor and bass tuba players will congregate on The Rink at Rockefeller Center, 49th and 50th streets between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, on Sunday, December 15, 2019 at 3:30pm to play Christmas carols and other crowd favorites. Tubists of all ages will line up under the famous Christmas tree and fill the plaza with the organ-line sound of low brass. Spectators are encouraged to sing along with the Christmas carols and holiday favorites.
The musicians, hailing from across the country, will be conducted by Chris Wilhjelm, conductor of the famous Goldman band. Conceived by tuba virtuoso Harvey Phillips to honor his teacher, the late William J. Bell (Born Christmas Day, 1902), the first Tuba Christmas was presented at Rockefeller Center in 1974, conducted by Paul LaValle, of Band of America fame. This unusual Christmas tradition is firmly established in over 200 cities around the world.
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