The outdoor performances and events at
The Christmas Revels Festival
are free to all thanks to the generosity of people like you!
Eden MacAdam-Somer, a recent guest on The Folk Show on NHPR, performing "Jump for Joy" by Duke Ellington, will be at Lebanon Opera House on Friday, December 17 at 7:30 to open The Christmas Revels Festival. Revels North invites refugees from Afghanistan to attend this performance for free.
Dr. Richard Antoine White, a recent guest on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah," will be at Lebanon Opera House on Saturday, December 18 at 1:30 & 7:30. His appearance will include the screening of an award-winning short documentary.
Còig, performing live at the 2017 Celtic Colours International Festival, return to Lebanon Opera House for the fourth time on Sunday, December 19 at 1:30 & 7:30 to wrap up The Christmas Revels Festival.
Christmas Revels classics like "Lord of the Dance," "Dona Nobis Pacem," a Mummers' Play, and "The Shortest Day" are moving outdoors to Colburn Park as part of "Lighted Candles in the Winter Trees," a free performance repeated daily at 3:30 & 5:30.
Revels North is a non-profit arts organization providing year-round, multi-generational programming that celebrates the power of traditional song, dance, storytelling and ritual.
Revels North is committed to providing equitable access to all of our programs and events.