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“An energetic and vibrant new musical phenomenon.” – Broadwayworld.com
Making its anticipated return to The Smith Center, “DRUMLine Live” showcases dazzling vocalists, high-octane musicians and energetic choreography all based on the marching band tradition of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Created by the acclaimed musical team behind the hit “Drumline” films, this electrifying and festive show takes you on a musical journey through the most beloved, chart-topping holiday classics, coupled with spectacular lighting and beautiful holiday costumes.
Imagine festive sounds of holiday cheer combining gospel, jazz, soul, Motown rhythms, and The Nutcracker Suite – all mixed with a hip-hop beat and the driving force of an HBCU marching band.
Highlights include a show-stopping rendition of “The Little Drummer Boy,” fully reimagined by the HBCU drumline. The show delivers modern holiday hits by Mariah Carey, Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber, as well as classic favorites like “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Santa Clause is Coming to Town,” and “Jingle Bells.”
Performed around the world, this rockin’ Holiday Spectacular comes direct from producer Don P. Roberts and the extraordinary musical team behind 20th Century Fox’s hit movie, “Drumline,” and VH1’s, “Drumline: A New Beat.”
This show’s incredible musicianship and talented performers will fill you with holiday cheer from the first tap of the drum to the very last song of the show! So grab your mistletoe and bring your entire family to this amazing and fun-filled experience that will have you singing for the entire holiday season.
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DRUMLine Live Holiday Spectacular Combines Energizing Dance, Vocals and Music Of All Styles Don P. Roberts offers a confident guarantee: The DRUMLine Live Holiday Spectacular on December 29 at The Smith Center will be a holiday show like no other that audiences have seen. “If you come expecting some nice, quiet gospel or classical selections, you’ll be disappointed, because it will beREAD MORE