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Coming this December to the Hylton Center

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The Hylton Performing Arts Center released today its schedule of Hylton Presents and Hylton Center EXTRA! performances for December 2017. The month’s calendar includes varied musical programs, some of which celebrate the upcoming festive season. The schedule also includes performances and events presented by the Hylton Center’s Resident Arts Partners and other local community organizations.

The Hylton Center’s December programming begins on the first of the month with a Hylton Center EXTRA! performance featuring legendary singer and songwriter Paul Anka. On Dec. 8, Northern Virginia’s American Festival Pops Orchestra returns to the Merchant Hall stage with its family-friendly concert of timeless carols and holiday tunes, Holiday Pops: Sounds of the Season. The “rockstars of bluegrass,” Dailey & Vincent, also make a Hylton Center comeback with a holiday show of country favorites. In Spirit of Christmas, Dailey & Vincent will once again share their undeniable talent and wit, which audiences are guaranteed to enjoy.

The month’s holiday-themed programming is rounded out by Resident Arts Partners, including the Manassas Symphony Orchestra: Silver Passport on Dec. 2; the Manassas Chorale: Around the World…It’s Christmas on Dec. 9; and the Manassas Ballet Theatre with its long-standing Christmastime tradition, The Nutcracker, from Dec. 14-23.

A full schedule of December 2017 performances can be found at Hyltoncenter.org. Unless otherwise noted, performances will take place in Merchant Hall at the Hylton Performing Arts Center located at 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas. Tickets are available for purchase in person at the Hylton Performing Arts Center Ticket Office (open Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 a. m.-6:00 p. m.), by calling 888-945-2468, or through the Hylton Center’s website at HyltonCenter.org.

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