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A (Virtual) Christmas with The Griswolds

KPA Presents

A (Virtual) Christmas with The Griswolds: An Evening with Chevy Chase & Beverly D’Angelo

Streaming LIVE via Zoom

Saturday, November 28th @ 8:00 PM & Saturday, December 19th @ 8:00 PM

A (Virtual) Christmas with The Griswolds: An Evening with Chevy Chase & Beverly D’Angelo

Saturday, November 28th @ 8:00 PM ET

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Saturday, December 19th @ 8:00 PM ET

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$25.00 per household (includes one device, and as many viewers as you’d like)

$150.00 VIP Experience

A portion of each ticket supports Kentucky Performing Arts.

This is an all-ages show (ages 10 & up recommended)

Show Length: 60 minutes

A (Virtual) Christmas with The Griswolds: An Evening with Chevy Chase & Beverly D’Angelo

Saturday, November 28th @ 8:00 PM ET

BUY TICKETS

 

Saturday, December 19th @ 8:00 PM ET

BUY TICKETS

 

$25.00 per household (includes one device, and as many viewers as you’d like)

$150.00 VIP Experience

A portion of each ticket supports Kentucky Performing Arts.

This is an all-ages show (ages 10 & up recommended)

Show Length: 60 minutes

Light up your holidays and join Christmas’ favorite couple, Ellen and Clark Griswold for this virtual salute to the holiday classic, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Chevy Chase (Clark) and Beverly D’Angelo (Ellen) lead audiences through this live event as they share fan-favorite clips from the movie, reveal their favorite memories from the making of the Vacation franchise and answer your questions in a live audience Q & A.

 

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