‘A Not So Silent Night’ holiday concert returns to Picture House LIVE with local musicians

“A Not So Silent Night” will return live to the Pelham Picture House Dec. 18 with Westchester musicians performing in an event that raises money for the theater.

“This is the third annual ‘A Not So Silent Night’ holiday concert,” said Clayton Bushong, director of programming and business development at the Picture House. “The first in 2019 was held in person in the Main Hall at the Picture House. Then last year, due to the pandemic, the event was held virtually recorded at the Picture House. Now that the theater is open, the Picture House is thrilled to bring the live event back to the theater for the 2021 holiday season.”

The show begins at 6 p.m. Each ticket costs $30.

More than 15 performers and groups will come on the stage and perform one or two songs each. Pelham resident Warren Banholzer is the producer of the event and is also on the bill.

“It brings the community together and it highlights what’s important, friends and family enjoying things that you love with the people you love,” said Bushong.

“Everyone has to be vaccinated to come,” he said. “We will be checking for vaccination. Kids under five have to wear masks. You have to wear a mask when you enter the Picture House, but when you get to your seats, you can take your mask off if you choose to. Singers don’t need to wear masks when singing.”

Tickets can be purchased at thepicturehouse.org or the box office.

The line-up is finalized for the 2021 event, but if someone wants to participate in next year’s “A Not So Silent Night,” they should reach out to the Picture House at [email protected].