Update 11/28: VH1 Save the Music and VH1 Divas Holiday: Unsilent Night join up to provide a huge on-site preshow featuring Youth carolers from Park Place Community Middle School in Brooklyn. The youth choir, who’s music program was only created two years ago with help from a band grant from VH1 Save the Music, has already recorded a song with Gloria Estefan and performed at Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks show. Now they are taking their talent to Kings Theater for a fantastic preshow as guests and celebrities arrive. It’s turning out to be a incredible year for the band and an unforgettable night of music for Diva fans on December 5th.
Watch as VH1 celebrates music and pop culture’s greatest divas during the triumphant return of VH1 Divas Holiday: Unsilent Night on Monday, December 5 at 9/8C. Tickets for this holiday event are not for public sale but with a donation of $50 to VH1 Save The Music you can be front and center to the amazing holiday event.
This year’s diva-filled lineup will include the Queen of Christmas Mariah Carey, who will return to the stage for her third time, and will perform alongside her godmother, the iconic Patti LaBelle. Teyana Taylor and Vanessa Williams will be making their debut appearances on the VH1 Divas stage, while the legendary Chaka Khan will return for her fourth time. Additional performers will be announced at a later date.
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a nonprofit committed to ensuring that music instruction is a core component to a complete education. Since 1997, we have partnered with more than 2,024 public schools in 247 school districts, giving 3 million children the tools and confidence to excel in academics and in life. #SaveTheMusic and get involved at vh1savethemusic.org join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat @vh1savethemusic.
Donate to VH1 Save The Music to grab your tickets here. Tune into VH1 Divas Holiday: Unsilent Night on Monday, December 5 at 9/8C on VH1.
Watch as Vanessa Williams discusses the influence of music and how its impacted her life in a VH1 vault video from 2004.