Singing Christmas Trees 2017 is one of the most beloved holiday events in the Orlando area. Listen to a full choir and orchestra serenade you with all of the classic Christmas tunes while gazing at the two 45-foot tall Christmas trees in Orlando draped in more than 250,000 lights. Those lights dance in sync to the music of the 300-person choir and 50-piece orchestra. Members of the choir act as the trees' ornaments, standing on tiers of wooden platforms. Along with the music, there are drama performances, acted by a cast of about 100 performers, including dancers and children.
Start A New Orlando Christmas Event Tradition With The Singing Christmas Trees
First Baptist Orlando started The Singing Christmas Trees in 1980, and since then, the tradition has been growing. More than 600,000 people have witnessed The Singing Christmas Trees performances from every U.S. state.
All new this year is a Bethlehem Village, where kids can enjoy animals at the petting zoo and meet some of the performers. Families can also take a photo inside a live nativity scene.
You can see The Singing Christmas Trees performances at First Baptist Orlando, a church with a 130-acre campus located off John Young Parkway. Shows take place on December 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16 and 17. Thursday and Friday's presentations are at 7:30 p.m. Saturday presentations are at 2:30 p.m. Sunday presentations are at 5:00 p.m. Doors open one hour before the shows begin. Tickets start at just $7. Dinner packages are also available starting at $49 with a buffet meal served in Faith Hall inside the church prior to the performance.
Orlando's Singing Christmas Trees is a wonderful way to fill your heart with holiday cheer. For other holiday events in the Orlando area, be sure to check out our Orlando Christmas Guide