Tickets for the 2019 Living Christmas Tree

Update (12/11/19) – Select Seats ($10) are still available for most shows, and a few General Admission (free) tickets are still available for Thursday and Sunday evenings.  If you choose Select Tickets, only cash or checks will be accepted for payment.  You may pick your tickets up at Will Call the day/night of your show.

After 12:00pm on the day of shows, emails may not be answered, due to volume.  There are free tickets available at the door for Saturday and Sunday evenings at 7:00pm, and Select Tickets may be purchased at the door up until the start of the performance.


Everyone needs a ticket to see the Living Christmas Tree.  Small children may sit in your lap.  If they will occupy a seat, they will need a ticket.  You can request tickets by clicking the link above.   Most tickets are FREE, as in previous years.  However, new for this year – we are offering Select Tickets!  A limited number of tickets are available for $10 each, in a reserved section / prime location, which offers the best sight and sound.  All Select Tickets must be paid in advance (you will be sent a payment link when tickets are confirmed).

All reserved tickets may be picked up at Will Call beginning one hour before the show, in the Warrenton UMC lobby, or at another prearranged time.

All General Admission (FREE) tickets in the Will Call box will be held until 15 minutes before the start of each performance, at which time they will be released to guests waiting at the door.  Select Tickets will be held indefinitely.

Any tickets can be exchanged for another performance, if tickets are still available.  Email lct@warrentonumc.org as soon as possible to let us know and we will get back to you about availability.

Tickets may be available on the day of the show.  Call the LCT phone line at 540-347-1367, ext 125 for information.  Same day tickets can be picked up in the Warrenton UMC lobby.

Refunds for Select Tickets are only offered if a scheduled performance is cancelled.

Purchased tickets are not tax deductible.

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