The Elf Choir loves to perform. They just have a hard time pulling it off in December.
As heard in the North Pole Radio News report above, the Elf Choir Christmas Concert has been cancelled due to heavy snow damaging the roof of the event venue. Slated for famous Dickens Hall at North Pole Village, the Elf Choir was to perform a 2-hour holiday concert and community singalong. That event has now been cancelled due to safety concerns with the roof at Dickens Hall, which has been burdened by recent heavy snowfall at the North Pole.
“It is really unfortunate,” said Choir director, Elf Chelsea Hammonds. “We were hoping to cut a live performance Christmas album this year, but now that will have to wait.”
The Elf Choir will have resort to live performances in the form of caroling in North Pole neighborhoods.
For several years the Elf Choir has run into one problem or another with their December performances. They Elf Choir is wildly popular for their 8-part harmonies and “helium-infused” balloon chorus on their famous rendition of Jingle Bells.
Miss Hammonds says the Elf Choir will go caroling “as soon as possible and with weather permitting”. A new concert date for after-Christmas has not yet been determined.