Singing Santa Holiday Show In Waretown

Dated: 11/30/2016

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Plan on attending a great evening of music and a visit by Santa Claus.

A "Singing Santa Holiday Show" will be held on Saturday December 17 at the Albert Music Hall sponsored by the Pinelands Cultural Society. (Website: www.alberthall.org) 

GPS Address: 131 Wells Mills Road (Rt. 532)

Postal Address: P.O. Box 657

Waretown, NJ 08758


Making an appearance at 8 PM in between the sets of various local bands, Santa will giving out gifts to attending children 11 years old and under.

Bands that are scheduled to play include Basement Musicians, Bluegrass Road, Piney Blues, and Southern Specific.  Santa is inviting children onstage to join him during his set.

Doors will open at 6:00 PM with the music starting at 7:30 PM and running until 11:00 PM.  There will also be refreshments and gifts available for purchase.

Adult tickets are $5.00 and all children 11 and under will be admitted free.  (No Smoking or Alcohol is allowed)

Proceeds from this event will go to the Albert Music Hall Scholarship Fund and to the Pinelands Cultural Society.

 Don't miss this great event..............

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