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A Dickens Holiday Schedule of Performances

Updated: Jan 7, 2022

[Fayetteville, North Carolina] – The Arts Council of Fayetteville|Cumberland County announces the 2021 Schedule of Performances for the 22nd Annual A Dickens Holiday: A Unique Holiday & Shopping Experience on Friday, November 26, 2021 in Historic Downtown Fayetteville. All street festivities are free to attend and open to the public.

Celebrations of Festive Music & Dance

Schedule of Performances

100 Block (Capitol Encore)

Canterbury Dance Group 1p

Coventry Carolers 1:30p

Canterbury Dance Group 2:30p

Fay Symphony Youth Orchestra 3p

Oakwood Waits Ensemble 4p

Juggler: Tain Collins 4:30p

Fire Performance 6:30p

Fire Performance 7:30p

200 Block (CSDD Office)

Highland Brass Ensemble 1p

Oakwood Waits Ensemble 3p

Highland Brass Ensemble 3:30p

Coventry Carolers 4:30p

300 Block (Arts Council)

Anthony Sutton & Friends 1p

Anthony Sutton & Friends 2p

Gilbert Glee 2:30p

Coventry Carolers 3:15p

Alpha Omega Dance Academy: 4p

Excerpts of The Nutcracker

Oakwood Waits Ensemble 5p

Tree Lighting w/ Winslow Ratliff Jr. 6p

Winslow Ratliff Jr. 7p

Download the official Press Release, Event Logo, Event Map, and Schedule of Performances: 2021 Dickens Holiday


Email interview questions for the Arts Council of Fayetteville (allow 24 hours for written responses):

Christy McNeil

Director of Marketing

Email requests to interview Performing Artist(s) (contact info will be provided to coordinate interview directly with the performing artist(s)):

Antonio Renteria

Director of Operations





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The Arts Council of Fayetteville|Cumberland County (ACFCC)is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization based in Fayetteville, NC that supports individual creativity, cultural preservation, economic development, and lifelong learning through the ARTS.

Founded in 1973, the ACFCC has served as a link between artists, arts and cultural organizations, and the greater community by administering programs in partnership with a variety of local agencies to stimulate economic growth, reinforce child education through the arts, and enhance the cultural identity of the arts and entertainment district.

In the year 2020-21, the ACFCC distributed $1.1 million in grant funds and allocations to Cumberland County arts and culture non-profit organizations, artists, and municipalities. Grants, programs, and services of the ACFCC are funded in part by contributions from community partners, and through grants from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County, and the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.

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