Mannheim Steamroller set to kick of Universal Orlando holiday festivities with 2 free concerts
Written by Domenik Jost
The Mannheim Steamrollers are coming to Universal Studios Orlando. They will be playing two free concerts inside Universal Studios Florida on December 6 at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.Tweet
Check out the Orlando Sentinel story (link):
Mannheim Steamroller will perform two live concerts at Universal Studios on Dec. 6 to kick off the resort's annual holiday program, Universal Orlando announced this morning.
The Grammy-award winning band, which puts a New Age-jazz spin on Christmas and other holiday seasonal music, will perform songs it specifically composed for the resort's original hoiday stage show, "How the Grinch STole Christmas," as well as new music from the band's latest album release, Christmasville.
The concerts will take place at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the New York area and of Universal Studios and are included in park admission, which nomally is $75 per person.
The performances are the start of the month-long holiday festivities at Universal Orlando. Beginning Dec. 6 and running through Jan. 1, the resort's celebration will include the specially themed Grinchmas show and Macy's Holiday Parade.
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