Proceeds from the Edmonton Singing Christmas Tree go through the Edmonton Singing Christmas Tree Foundation and are donated to local charities. So far, the Foundation has donated more than $600,000 to major charities such as 630 CHED Santas Anonymous, Christmas Bureau, Edmonton Food Bank. In addition, the Foundation has supplied local schools with musical instruments, allowing them to continue their music programs. It is their goal to continue to make a difference in Edmonton and they thank you for supporting the Singing Christmas Tree.
The Edmonton Singing Christmas Tree is a family-friendly show and welcomes children of all ages to experience the magic. The show is approximately two hours long with a twenty minute intermission. If your child can sit through a movie, we’re sure they will love this show!
No, our team works on refreshing the show each year, adding new material and performers. There are repeats of ‘the classics’ but each year profiles new and fun songs, artists, dancers, and surprises.
Yes, and once you sign up you will receive ‘exclusive’ worthwhile offers. Sign up in the area at the bottom of each page on our website.
The duration of the show is 2 1/2 hours with a 20 minute intermission.
Yes. The Jubilee Auditorium requires that every person in the theatre has a ticket and is accounted for.
All tickets can be purchased through www.ticketmaster.ca or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-855-985-5000. Tickets may also be purchased through the Jubilee Auditorium box office, located at 11455 87 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta.
No, we do not offer a group discount as proceeds are donated to local charities.
Yes, but not always. It is best to buy your tickets early so you won’t be disappointed.
The Jubilee Auditorium is located at 11455 87 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. Performance parking is available at the Jubilee for $6.00/evening. You may enter the parking lot from 83rd or 87th Avenue. The lot is not accessible from 114 Street.
Yes. The building has 12 wheelchair accessible seats; they are located on the main floor and the first balcony. If you require wheelchair seating, please ask when purchasing your ticket.
Personal infrared receivers can be used in the auditorium. Alternately, stethoscope receivers may be rented at no cost and are suitable for personal direct input connection as well.
Yes, there are several ETS bus stops nearby. Also, the Health Sciences LRT station is next to the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium.
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