Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration 2012 Concert / Music Festival / Holiday Event / Dance Performance / Community Festival / Performing Arts Dec 24, 2012

Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration - Community Festival | Concert | Dance Performance | Holiday Event | Music Festival | Performing Arts in Los Angeles.
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The annual Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration is a seasonal music and dance show that takes place on Christmas Eve. Started in 1959, the extravaganza has come to feature more than 20 performing groups from throughout... ... read more

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Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration 2012 Description

Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration - Community Festival | Concert | Dance Performance | Holiday Event | Music Festival | Performing Arts in Los Angeles.

The annual Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration is a seasonal music and dance show that takes place on Christmas Eve. Started in 1959, the extravaganza has come to feature more than 20 performing groups from throughout the county.

Performances at the Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration encompass a diverse range of dance companies, choirs, and music ensembles. Past performances at the Los Angeles County Holiday Celebration have included such artists as Harmonic Bronze Handbell Ensemble, Jung Im Lee Korean Dance Academy, Antics Performance, NDM Bollywood, and Grammy winner Tia Carrere.

More than 10,000 people are expected to attend each year, so arriving early is highly suggested. Wristbands are given on a first-come, first-serve basis a few hours prior to the show. The show generally lasts around three hours, with free admission and parking.

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