Bunker Hills Holiday Celebration "Snowed In" Two for the price of One
You are purchasing TWO for ONE vouchers for a Dinner or Matinee Performance of ‘Snowed In’ at Bunker Hills Event Center.
Dinner Theatre Seating
Bunker Hills Dinner Theatre seats 246 people. All tables seat six to eight people. Based on availability we may be able to accommodate parties larger than eight together at one table. Please call the Bunker Hills Box Office to request special accommodations for groups larger than eight people.
Bunker Hills Event Center will assign seating based on purchase date in an effort to maximize the guest experience and seating for each performance. Seating will be assigned from the front row back, starting center stage and then working outward, table by table and row by row as the tables are filled. Parties of less than eight may share a table with other guests. Seating assignments will be available at check-in onsite the day of the show.
Dinner seating time is 2 hours prior to the performance. Dinner is served prior to the start of the performance. Bar service will be available throughout the dinner and intermission. There is no dining room service during the production.
Matinee seating time is 90 minutes prior to the performance. Dinner is served prior to the start of the performance. Bar service will be available throughout the dinner and intermission. There is no dining room service during the production.
Complimentary parking is available on site.
Snowed In-A holiday celebration of Songs is currently 90 minutes long including a 30-minute interlude for dancing.
Holiday Theater is not recommended for children under 8 years of age.
"SNOWED IN"- A HOLIDAY CELEBRATION OF SONG
Six friends spend an evening stranded in a lodge and while looking for something to do they discover boxes of records reminding them of all their favorite holiday tunes. From songs of yesteryear to today's new classics the six friends bring the music to life with a four piece jazz band and two fabulous singers. Hum along to your favorites from White Christmas to Santa Baby and save some energy for a dancing interlude during the intermission.