Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
The concerts will be held in the Conference Center on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday December 14-16, 2017. Tickets for these concerts are required, but are a free gift to concertgoers.
Each year there are hundreds of thousands of requests for tickets to the Christmas concert. If you were not successful with your online ticket request, please check here for some other options to enjoy the music of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir this Christmas.
We encourage patrons without tickets to join the standby line each evening. Many standbys are seated in the Conference Center each year. The standby line forms at the north gate on Temple Square approximately two hours prior to the concert start time. Patrons in this line will be seated in the Tabernacle and taken to the Conference Center to fill empty seats as they are available. Patrons with tickets are required to be in their Conference Center seats 30 minutes prior to the concert. Seats that are empty 30 minutes prior to the concert will be filled by those seated in the Tabernacle. The entire Christmas program will be screened live on the big screens in the Tabernacle for those not getting into the Conference Center.
No Tickets Required for December 17 Music & the Spoken Word
The 30-minute Music & the Spoken Word broadcast on Sunday, December 17 will contain music and guest artist performances from the evening concerts. This Sunday morning event at 9:30 a.m. will not require tickets. Guests will need to be seated in the Conference Center by 9:15 a.m. Special Offers Communicated to Choir Notes Subscribers
For those who didn’t get tickets on October 21, don’t give up hope! Subscribers to Choir Notes, the Choir’s weekly newsletter, will receive information about special tickets giveaways through social media. Subscribe and watch for more information in future newsletters.
2017 Christmas Guest Artists
Sutton Foster won two Tony Awards for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical for Anything Goes and Thoroughly Modern Milly. In her Broadway career she has received six Tony nominations which puts her in a very elite category of musical actresses. As a solo artist, Foster has performed all over the country with her hit solo concert and she has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and many others. Currently, she stars as Liza in the television series Younger. Foster is on the faculty as a teacher and advisor to the Department of Theatre and Dance at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.
Hugh Bonneville is best known for playing Robert Crawley in the acclaimed television series Downton Abbey, receiving a Golden Globe and 2 Emmy nominations for his performance. His extensive stage work includes seasons with the Royal National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). He has received four British Academny (BAFTA) nominations for his role in the hit BBC comedy Twenty Twelve and its successor W1A. His many films include Notting Hill, The Monuments Men, Viceroy's House, and two Paddington movies. He received a BAFTA nomination for his role in Iris, in which he starred opposite Kate Winslet.