2019 Magical Medora Christmas Tickets are on sale NOW!

Get your tickets for the Magical Medora Christmas tour!


We know you still have trick-or-treating and Thanksgiving to look forward to, but Magical Medora Christmas tickets are on sale TODAY and we just can’t hide our excitement! 


This traveling Christmas variety show kicks off the day after Thanksgiving and spreads holiday cheer right up until Christmas Eve! During that time they will be performing 30 shows in 23 communities all over North Dakota and into Minnesota, South Dakota, and Montana!


See the 2019 Tour cast, book tickets, and learn more by clicking the big orange button below!

2019 Magical Medora Christmas Tour

PLUS, Here’s where you can see ’em!


Many of these venues are reserved seating; be sure to get your tickets early to get the best seats in the house!

11/29 – Linton, ND
7:30pm – Linton High School

11/30 – Washburn, ND
7:30pm – Washburn High School

12/1 – Aberdeen, SD
4:00pm – NSU Johnson Fine Arts Center

12/2 – Spearfish, SD
7:30pm MDT – Spearfish High School

12/3 – Glendive, MT
7:30pm MDT – Dawson County High School

12/4 – Watford City, ND
7:30pm – Watford City High School

12/5 – Williston, ND
7:30pm – Williston High School

12/6 – Grenora, ND
7:30pm MDT – Genora High School

12/7 – Medora, ND
1:30pm MDT – Old Town Hall Theater 

12/7 – Medora, ND
6:00pm MDT – Old Town Hall Theater

12/8 – Alexandria, MN
5:00pm – Alexandria High School

12/9 – Jamestown, ND
7:30pm – UJ Reiland Theater

12/10 – Minot, ND
3:00pm – MSU Nelson Hall

12/10 – Minot, ND
7:30pm – MSU Nelson Hall

12/11 – Devils Lake, ND
7:30pm – Lake Region State College

12/12 – Grafton, ND
7:30pm – Grafton High School

12/13 – Fargo, ND
7:30pm – Fargo North High School

12/14 – Fargo, ND
3:00pm – Fargo North High School

12/14 – Fargo, ND
7:30pm – Fargo North High School

12/15 – Henning, MN
4:00pm – Henning High School

12/16 – Grand Forks, ND
3:00pm – Empire Arts Center

12/16 – Grand Forks, ND
7:30pm – Empire Arts Center

12/17 – Valley City, ND
7:30pm – VCSU Vangstad Hall

12/18 – Wahpeton, ND
7:30pm – NDSCS Stern Cultural Center

12/19 – Park Rapids, MN
7:30pm – Park Rapids High School

12/20 – Bloomington, MN
1:00pm – MN Masonic Hall

12/20 – Bloomington, MN
7:30pm – MN Masonic Hall

12/21 – Page, ND
7:30pm – Page High School

12/22 – Bismarck, ND
3:00pm – Belle Mehus

12/22 – Bismarck, ND
7:30pm – Belle Mehus


Ready to buy? Click the big orange button to find your local ticketing info! Well, get to it and we’ll see ya on tour!

Magical Medora Christmas Cast Announced!

This year’s star-studded cast!

All the fun will be led by producer and star of the show, Bill Sorensen! He’ll bring magic and laughs to the tour as usual!

Back by popular demand, Queen of the West, Emily Walter! She’s been with the Magical Medora Christmas tour since it first started in 2015!

North Dakota native, Job Christenson, will also be back on tour! He’s a former Burning Hills Singer and host of the Medora Musical, and now a great fit in the Magical Medora Christmas tour!

Chad Willow is back on tour ticklin’ the keys, strummin’ the banjo, and adding vocals to the show! 

New to this years Magical Medora Christmas tour is Kim Willow! The former Burning Hills Singer will join her husband Chad on this tour!

Also new to the cast is Travis Smith! He played piano and banjo in this year’s Medora Musical and will bring that talent on the road!

There ya have it, the complete cast of the 2019 traveling Magical Medora Christmas show!

To see the full tour schedule and get your tickets click the big orange button below!

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