Annual holiday concert Songs of the Season returns Sunday as part of the Frontyard Festival at the Dr. Phil


Songs of the Season - PHOTO BY SCOTT COOK
  • Photo by Scott Cook
  • Songs of the Season
No complaints about Christmas music from me this season. After the year we’ve had, every last one of us deserves a big cup of 90-proof holiday cheer. So jingle the shit outta them bells!

Songs of the Season, the classic holiday music program featuring Rollins College musicians and vocalists, returns to the Dr. Phillips Center plaza this Sunday, Dec. 6. This year, the annual community event is part of the Dr. Phil’s safety-minded Frontyard Festival outdoor concert series so the logistics will be a little different.

You’ll get to enjoy it in your own socially distanced private box for up to five people but you’ll have to buy the entire box. Luckily, the venue just announced that some shows will offer smaller two- and three-person boxes, and this family-friendly event is one of them.
  • Photo courtesy of Dr. Phillips Center
  • Frontyard Festival layout
Show starts at 7 p.m. Cost is $10 per person and tickets can still be snapped up.

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