Christmas at Morningside tickets available beginning Sept. 27

Sep 22, 2021 • Visual and Performing Arts, Alumni, Campus Events, Music
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"Over the years, Christmas at Morningside has transformed into a unique holiday spectacular that draws a large audience, and the ticket reservation system will help us ensure that we can provide reserved seats for those with tickets and individuals seeking ADA seating,” said Heath Weber, dean of the School of Visual and Performing Arts.

The Morningside University School of Visual and Performing Arts will present Christmas at Morningside on Friday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. in Eppley Auditorium on Morningside’s campus. Tickets for the general public will be available online beginning at 7 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 27 at www.morningside.edu/christmas-at-morningside.

Starting with the 2021 concert, Christmas at Morningside will become a ticketed event with reserved seats, though tickets will remain free of charge. Those interested in reserving tickets can select assigned seats and will receive a confirmation email with their seat location and downloadable ticket for the performance. Tickets will be scanned at the door on the night of the concert. Limited ADA seating with raisable seat arms, as well as wheelchair-accessible spaces, will be available. Those who are unable to reserve tickets online or have questions about ADA seating can contact Kristal Grigsby, administrative assistant for the School of Visual and Performing Arts, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 712-274-5210 to reserve tickets on or after Sept. 27.

“Christmas at Morningside is a special event for Morningside and Siouxland, and we love welcoming community members, students, parents, friends, and anyone who loves music to this annual celebration. Over the years, Christmas at Morningside has transformed into a unique holiday spectacular that draws a large audience, and the ticket reservation system will help us ensure that we can provide reserved seats for those with tickets and individuals seeking ADA seating,” said Heath Weber, dean of the School of Visual and Performing Arts at Morningside University.

This year’s Christmas at Morningside will feature a special dedication to Morningside University President John Reynders who will retire in June 2022. Reynders is the 12th president of Morningside, and his 21-year tenure is the longest in Morningside history.

The Morningside University School of Visual and Performing Arts provides immersive opportunities for Morningside students and the Siouxland community to experience the power of music and the fine arts. All Morningside students, regardless of major, can audition and perform in ensembles and productions. Learn more here.

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