SEVIERVILLE (press release)—The live music event featuring art of the world-renowned artist will delight audiences during Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas of Light show with its two-month, 80-show run beginning Nov. 1–Jan. 2 at The Smoky Mountain Palace.
The Kinkade event had a ribbon cutting and sneak preview event on October 29 with Mayor Bryan Atchley doing the honors. The sneak preview had the entertainers performing several scenes from the production. The special effects are something not seen in other Sevierville/Pigeon Forge productions, or for that matter, in East Tennessee.
It is estimated that one out of twenty people in the United States owned a Thomas Kinkade painting or print. That fact alone should create a huge interest in this unusual presentation.
Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas of Light show will be this holiday season’s must-see show for the family. A Christmas spectacular that weaves together the masterpieces of Thomas Kinkade with new music by award-winning composers along with Christmas classics, the music celebration will be the first show in three years to debut at the newly renovated Smoky Mountain Palace.
The show provides high-definition projection, special effects and music to bring Kinkade’s masterpieces to life. Some of Kinkade’s original pieces will be displayed and the in-venue gallery will offer Kinkade’s art for purchase. VIP ticket holders have access to an exclusive gallery on-site with Kinkade memorabilia and pieces never before seen by the public.
The Christmas of Light executive creative team is made up of accomplished producers and composers including Gary Baker, Chris Thomason (in:ciite Media), Karl Horstmann (Triple Horse Entertainment), Jerry Williams and Don Frantz (Town Square Productions), while the leading cast includes Rachel Robinson, Daniel Emmet, Chris Lockwood and Kai Vilhelmsen.
Pre-sale tickets are on sale now and begin at $37.95 with special discounts and packages available.