The founding members of the gospel-inspired Blind Boys of Alabama came together as youngsters at the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind in the late 1930s. More than 80 years later, the group has become a national treasure. Expect some seasonal surprises at this special Christmas performance. Local Americana outfit the ’29ers open the show. Visit amh.com
A tradition since 1962, this jubilant family-friendly Philadelphia Orchestra performance is led by conductor Bramwell Tovey (pictured). Visit philorch.org
All the things that make the holidays the holidays—a tree-lighting, Santa on a fire truck, gingerbread houses, lights and more. All on-site donations go to fire, police, EMT and healthcare workers.
SALT is staging this special holiday production at its Chester Springs location. Holiday hilarity ensues when Buddy sets out to find his father in the Big Apple. Visit saltpa.com
Center City’s open-air pop-up market is back. Check out artwork, sweets, toys, jewelry, decorations and more by dozens of artisans, designers and small businesses from our region. Ice skating, too.
Climb aboard a vintage diesel locomotive, where you can imbibe in hot cocoa, warm cookies, live music and scenic holiday vibes.
For even more, visit mainlinetoday.com.