When is the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular?
Schedule and tickets for Christmas Spectacular shows at Radio City Music Hall
The Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular kicks off performances on Friday, Nov. 10 continues until Jan. 1, 2018.
There are shows every day in November, except on Nov. 13 and 14. The performances continue daily until the new year.
Get more schedule information and ticket price ranges for each day on the Rockettes’ website.
"One of the most magical moments for me was stepping onto the Great Stage for the first time in our “Snow” costume!" - Rockette Kristen pic.twitter.com/R765WUUSdL— Rockettes (@Rockettes) November 8, 2017
What’s new for the 2017 version of the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular?
“Fans will be awed by the updated technology in this year’s Christmas Spectacular,” said Larry Sedwick, senior vice president of production, The Madison Square Garden Company. “We’ve expanded upon the existing projections to create a wholly immersive experience for our fans from the first row to the third mezzanine. It’s truly the most immersive theatergoing experience available in New York and beyond.”
All of Radio City Music Hall’s iconic arches will be used for digital projection; in addition to a new 8K LED wall, show creators said audiences will feel totally immersed.
From the website:
The new content for both the projections and the LED wall was created by cutting edge design studio Obscura Digital, which is behind the world’s preeminent architectural projections including the innovative Empire State Building graphic light shows for Academy Award-winning director Louis Psihoyos’s film “Racing Extinction.” Additionally, returning this year as designers for several of the Christmas Spectacular’s iconic scenes is batwin + robin productions, a New York-based multimedia design studio that has re-created and enhanced existing video projection and LED content to utilize Radio City’s incredible new projection system.
And no worries… the animals for the live nativity are ready for showtime.