Christmas with Chris Ruggiero
PBS-TV Star Chris Ruggiero’s shows at Yorktown Stage have become something of a hometown tradition (and they usually sell out), but this December, we’re starting a whole new tradition when Chris brings his all-new Christmas show home for the holidays. Last year, Christmas with Chris Ruggiero played everywhere from New York City to Las Vegas, but this marks the show’s Westchester debut. His hit single “Grown-Up Christmas List” landed him on SiriusXM, Good Morning America, New York Live and CBS News and 2023 is gearing up to be just as exciting. The concert features fan favorites from Chris’s critically-acclaimed Christmas album such as “Sleigh Ride,” “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” as well as songs from his previous 4 albums, all delivered in Chris’s own classic style. Chris has been touring the country breathing new life into vintage rock and roll tunes, working with the same arranger who created all the hits for Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons and selling out shows from New York to Vegas. His most recent tour hit 37 cities but the 2023 season brings him home once more! Whether you’re a teenager of the 1960s or just love good music, don’t miss one of the most energetic and fun-filled holiday rock and roll shows you’ll ever see from one of today’s fastest-rising stars.
“Must-see holiday concert.” – Roger Sands, Forbes Magazine
“Chris is what I call ‘the ultimate entertainer.’ I love his voice! Chris is so talented.” – Darlene Love
“⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ One of the best pop offerings on this side of the North Pole with its creative, bright, breezy, and easy to listen to music.” – Joe Ross, Roots Music Report
“Michael Buble finally has some healthy, inspiring competition for this generation’s most cool and charismatic Christmas crooner.” – Jonathan Widran, jwvibe.com
“Chris is so good at making the classics his own. I went to his show and loved every minute.” – Bill Medley, The Righteous Brothers
“Songs you know and love from a voice you’ll never forget.” – BroadwayWorld