Saturday, December 11, 2010

The Holiday Ice Spectacular Puts a New Twist on Chanukah

Adam Sandler sings praise for “If Santa Claus Was Jewish” Number

Chanukah has come and gone, but Atlanta gets to celebrate a little longer with the release of The Holiday Ice Spectacular’s “If Santa Claus Was Jewish.” This never-before-heard holiday song was written by Atlanta native Jeb Rand exclusively for the holiday revue, running December 16-24 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center.

Picture Mel Brooks, Joan Rivers and Adam Sandler sitting with a bottle of Manischewitz and you’ve got the creative inspiration to the number, which according to Mr. Sandler himself, is one “the audiences will love and have a lot of fun with too.” Sandler recently previewed the song for possible use in future projects and after hearing it, declared it to be one of the funniest things he had heard in years.

Want to hear the song that had Sandler singing along? Visit to listen today. It’s one of four new, never before seen numbers that will be a part of The Holiday Ice Spectacular this winter, right alongside your favorite holiday classics. You’ll see everything from a bite-sized version of The Nutcracker to Santa on a Harley. This 90-minute performance has a little taste of something for everyone and is a must-see performance this December.

Showtimes & Tickets: The Holiday Ice Spectacular will open December 16. Shows will run through December 23 with select matinee performances, including one on December 24. For more information or a detailed list of show times, please visit

Tickets range in price from $25-89 and can be purchased via Special VIP and group packages are available at select price levels. If you’re looking to give back while having a great time, we’ve got just the ticket. By using the discount codes BERT, for Bert’s Big Adventure, or CHOA, for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, you’ll receive $10 off the price of your ticket and an additional $5 will be donated to the organization of your choice.

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