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The holiday season is one of the busiest times of year for most people. It can be easy to overlook entertainment when there are a variety of obligations clouding up the season, from overtime at work to holiday dinner with the family to gift shopping at the mall. However, the holiday season is truly one of the best times to treat yourself and your loved ones to a concert experience, seconded only by festival season in the summer. Keep reading to find out why holiday performances are must-sees.

One of the biggest reasons why holiday concerts are so special is because they are packed with nostalgic set lists. For example, every holiday season, cities across the world have been putting on performances of The Nutcracker by Pyotr IlyichTchaikovsky for over a century. The ballet is performed both in concert form and ballet form. Songs such as “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” have been featured in countless films, cartoons, commercials, and jingles of the season. With such a longstanding track of performances and pervasive reach in pop culture, these concert classics are quintessentially holiday. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Messiah by George Frideric Handel, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas adapted by Timothy Mason are three of other concert favorites of the season that bring back fond memories to many listeners, among countless others.

In addition to the nostalgia, holiday concerts are wonderful because they showcase an impressive range of classic and contemporary favorites. Many contemporary performers do limited-edition concert tours around the holidays, performing newly-written songs and old standbys known and loved by millions. In recent years, John Legend had a strew of stellar performances in his tour, John Legend—A Legendary Christmas. Acapella group Pentatonix have ran a Christmas tour for a couple years, mixing original songs with renditions of familiar favorites. The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Not So Silent Night, Cyndi Lauper and Friends: Home for the Holidays have put on impressive performances for the holiday season, too. Check out your favorite musician’s tour schedules or search for them here to see if you can snag tickets to their unique take on holiday sounds.

During the holidays, it can be easy to overwhelm yourself with people to see and things to do. That is why it is essential to take some time for yourself this holiday season by treating yourself to a concert. Nostalgic performances that strike a balance between old and new, popular and traditional, holiday concerts are a heartwarming addition to your holiday season. Pick up a ticket for yourself or plan a date night reprieve during the holidays this year.