The music was definitely the highlight of the show. They sang a variety of songs from traditional Christmas carols to classic rock and roll. The rhythm section was fantastic, and the lead guitar and fiddle were mesmerizing. The audience was clapping and singing along, creating a very festive atmosphere. The finale was a rousing performance of “White Christmas” that brought the audience to its feet. I thoroughly enjoyed the energy and enthusiasm of the performers and the audience.
I’m so glad I decided to spend my winter break here in the Midwest. I’ve been able to catch up with family and friends, and I’ve had the opportunity to attend an amazing show. I’ll be heading south soon, but I’m thankful I had the chance to experience the Grand Jubilee Christmas show.
I’ve been RVing for the last few months, and I’m currently on winter break in Missouri. I had originally planned to be in South Padre Island by now, but I’m glad I’m here. I’ve been able to see family and friends, and I recently had the opportunity to attend the Grand Jubilee Christmas show at the Grand Country Music Hall. The theater was filled with joy and excitement. Just above the entrance hangs a giant fiddle, which set the stage for the 90–minute show. The performances were outstanding, and I especially enjoyed the rock classics that featured many of the performers individually. During intermission, the performers were happy to chat with the audience.
One fall day, my life-long friend Teresa and I attended the Christmas kick-off at Silver Dollar City. The park is alive with the glow of over 6.5 million twinkling lights. During the Living Nativity we were transported to ancient Bethlehem to celebrate Christ’s birth. Though the rides were open, we didn’t go, but found many activities, food options, and things to see.