Charice’s schedule this Christmas season is getting really busy. As early as November, she will be performing at the Citadel Outlets Christmas Tree Lighting Show. She’s also a part of the Kiss 98.5 Kissmas Bash 2010 lineup on December 4. And just three days later, she will hit the stage again for the 2010 WNCI 97.9 Jingle Ball. Now, it’s confirmed that she will also be performing in XL 106.7’s 2010 XL’ent Xmas Show on December 13. Charice is indeed becoming in demand!
Train, who’s also performing in the Jingle Ball, will again be part of the same lineup with Charice in the 2010 XL’ent Xmas Show. Also, Maroon 5 and Charice are top billing for the Kissmas Bash and both will be performing on the same stage again for the XL’ent Xmas Show. The Script and Hot Chelle Rae round up the five-act roster of the show.
Not so familiar with Train? Checkout this article for more details on Train, Charice, and the 2010 Jingle Ball. If it’s Maroon 5 you’re not sure about, then this page will tell you more about the Kissmas Bash 2010 featuring Charice and Maroon 5. If it’s The Script that kind of sound unfamiliar to you, then you only need to know that they’re a band from Dublin who won the Best Selling Irish Act Award at the 2008 World Music Awards. Their songs include “The Man that Can’t Be Moved” and the famous “Live Like We’re Dying” which Kris Allen covered. Hot Chelle Rae is also a band with a “newer dancier sound,” according to Wikipedia. They have opened shows and toured with bands like Third Eye Blind, Owl City and Boys Like Girls. They have released two singles to date, “I Like to Dance” and “Bleed”.
XL 106.7’s XLent Xmas Show has been spreading the holiday cheer for a number of years now. And it’s not only concert goers who get entertained. The less fortunate children of South Florida also get some joy from the toys collected by XL 106.7 and the Baby DJ Fund. Part of the proceeds from the Xl’ent Xmas Show ticket sales will be donated to the Baby DJ Fund.
The Xl’ent Xmas Show is actually a three-day event. The first show on December 12 will feature Paramore, Hey Monday, Paper Tongues, and A Rocket to the Moon. Tickets cost $40. The second show on December 13 is the one Charice is in. Tickets are $65. The third show on December 14 will feature Enrique Iglesias, Bruno Mars, Jay Sean and B.O.B. Tickets cost $55. All three shows will be held at the House of Blues Orlando, 1490 E. Buena Vista Dr., Lake Buena Vista, FL. For more info, visit the XL’ent Xmas 2010 page.
Click here to buy tickets for the Charice show. This is your chance to support Charice and see her perform live. Plus, Christmas season is the time to do good deeds, and just by buying a ticket, you’ll help south Florida children have a happy holiday that they usually don’t have. I’m sure Charice would really love that!
By Sofia Carrera, charicemania.com
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- Grown-Up Christmas List – Originally released in 1990 by Natalie Cole and composed by non other than Charice’s mentor David Foster. Charice new rendition is deeply soul searching. Her voice brings a fresh life to one of the most underrated holiday classics in recent years.
- Jingle Bell Rock – Charice has recorded 5 holiday songs. So far, “Jingle Bell Rock” has the liveliest beat, appropriately expressing Charice’s natural cheerful and playful self in this own rendition.
- Happy Xmas (War Is Over) – Charice has grown leap in bounds in the past 3 years. Her voice is getting lovelier and lovelier each day. She sound more confident and relaxed in this John Lennon’s Chritmas classic.