Annual tree lighting and sing-along attracts large crowd to Bandstand
The annual City of Rehoboth Beach Christmas tree-lighting ceremony takes place Nov. 26 with a large crowd participating in the festivities at the Bandstand. RON MACARTHUR PHOTOS
November 27, 2021
The cast of Clear Space Theatre Company’s holiday show, “Scrooge,” leads singing of holiday classic songs. The show had its opening night after the tree-lighting ceremony.
John Roman Nehrbas joins the Clear Space Theatre Co. ensemble to lead the sing-along. Nehrbas has been acting since he was 6 years old and has been in seven shows.
Kelsie Murphy of Clear Space Theatre Co. takes the stage to sing “All I Want for Christmas is You,” a holiday hit made famous by Mariah Carey.
Grace Riddle, who grew up performing and singing with Clear Space Theatre Co., sings “My Grown Up Christmas List,” a song by Kelly Clarkson.
Rick and Tammy Smith, who donated this year’s 35-foot tree to the City of Rehoboth Beach, begin the countdown to light the tree for the 2021 holiday season
The Rehoboth Beach Bandstand is aglow with festive lights for the Christmas season.
The City of Rehoboth Beach tree is the centerpiece of Christmas lights throughout the Nation’s Summer Capital.
In costume, the cast of the Clear Space production of “Scrooge” braves the freezing-cold wind to take part in the annual tree-lighting ceremony at the Bandstand. The show takes place Nov. 26-Dec. 19. Go to clearspacetheatre.org for ticket information.
The Rehoboth Beach tree-lighting ceremony dates back to the 1980s. This year’s tree was donated by Tammy and Rick Smith, who live north of Rehoboth.