This post is sponsored by Beau Rivage Resort & Casino. We are thankful to partner with them for family-friendly events.
Christmas in the Air is showing through December 27, and I love that the Beau Rivage provides opportunities like this for local families. It’s the perfect afternoon or evening holiday break activity.
I took in the Christmas in the Air show at the Beau Rivage this weekend with my oldest and youngest daughters.
In a weekend packed with Christmas activities that competed for our time, it was well worth the effort!
- At just over 1 hour in running time and no intermission, it is the perfect length for kids. My 8 and 4 year old girls were entertained the entire time, and I think my boisterous 3 year old son would have been able to manage it as well.
- Audience participation and interaction is encouraged. You don’t have to worry about your kids being too loud or dancing in their seats. It really is a family show, and my girls loved being able to sing along, shout out responses, and dance as they saw fit.
- It was funny, and there’s no sweeter sound than hearing your kids genuinely belly laugh.
- It was clean—not even the slightest innuendo, and the nuns sitting behind us seemed to approve as well.
- The talent was really spectacular—truly excellent singers, dancers, and performers.
- And I promised my 4 year old I would mention this—the costumes were “bee-YOU-ti-ful.” Seriously, she kept waiting for the next outfit change and loved each one more than the next.
I would recommend arriving at Will Call at least 30-45 minutes prior to the show. We arrived 20 minutes early and didn’t get through until 3:10, which was 10 minutes past the show time (thankfully the show only started right as we got to our seats). Make sure you have a photo ID and the card you used to purchase the tickets. Many people ahead of us did not have these items, which held up the line.