New Jersey’s December calendar of events and festivals is full of distinct celebrations that make the state unique. December is usually a festive season for residents living in New Jersey as they look forward to the coming Christmas season. Visitors from other states enjoy coming to NJ to take part in these festivities in preparations to usher in the New Year in style. If you are planning to relocate to New Jersey this coming season, be sure to check the current property listings in the area. These are some of the upcoming December 2017 NJ events you should not miss.
Say It with Music: The Best of Irvin Berlin
Date: December 3
Venue: The Chase Room
Newark native and acclaimed vocalist Marlene VerPlanck will be singing the greatest Irving Berlin numbers. The all-time Irving’s classics like “ There is no business like show business”, “Heat Wave” and “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” will be some of the numbers the artist will be performing in a rousing tribute to celebrate the fallen musician. If you are an Irving fan, do not forget your dancing shoes and bring your loved one to enjoy a golden moment as you listen to great classics.
PAW Patrol Live!
Dates: December 9 – 10
Venue: Prudential Hall
Take your kids for an action-packed live tour based on the animated series PAW Patrol. This is their first ever live tour and it’s a day kids get to enjoy a great race between Foggy Bottom’s Mayor Humdinger and Bay’s Mayor Goodway. The PAW Patrol: Marshall, Zuma, Rocky, Rubble, Skye, Chase and their latest new pup, Everest, come to the rescue as always. Expect lots of laughter and kids will learn a lot of life lessons during this magical adventure.
NJPAC Kwanzaa Festival and Marketplace
Date: December 16
Venue: NJPAC Center for Arts Education
The admission to this event is free. The event is organised to celebrate the NguzoSaba 19th annual NJPAC Kwanzaa Festival and Marketplace. The event will feature an arts and crafts village, music and dance activities. Visitors are invited to sing, dance and explore the rhythms and culture of the African Tradition. People who enjoy various arts and culture will learn a lot about the African tradition as they dance along to the native melodies.
Forces of Nature Dance Company
Date: December 16
Venue: Victoria Theatre
This event will be featuring special poets Sonia Sanchez and Ntozake Shange. These two forces of nature will combine elements of modern dance, hip-hop, ballet, West African movement and even martial arts to bring sizzling performances to the audience. This is an event that can be attended by both adults and kids who are looking to have a sensational time as they enjoy different dancing styles and movements. These movements are deemed artistic and so artist lovers will enjoy taking part in the event too.
These are just some of the events that you can attend if you want to celebrate the coming season differently from the usual Christmas events. If you are planning to relocate to New Jersey during this festive season, you can contact a seasoned realtor to help you locate an ideal property, whether you are looking to buy or rent.