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coltondixon[RLC] – Real Life Church invites you and your family to Christmas at Real Life Church – featuring awe-inspiring music, a beautiful tree lighting ceremony, a joyous children’s choir, and a featured performance from American Idol Contestant Colton Dixon.

Make plans to arrive early for a special Tree Lighting Ceremony that will take place 45 minutes before the 7pm shows in our outdoor amphitheater featuring the Children’s Choir. Roaming beloved classic Christmas characters will set the mood for holiday-themed photo memories you can share with family and friends.

A Special Christmas menu, including hot chocolate and coffee, will be served in Undergrounds Coffeehouse both before and after every service! Live musical performances are also available before each scheduled service.


Each identical service will take place at the Valencia Campus, located at 23841 Newhall Ranch Road in Valencia, on:

Friday, December 19th at 7pm*

Saturday, December 20th at 2pm and 7pm

Sunday, December 21st at 10am*2pm and 7pm

Tuesday, December 23rd at 2pm and 7pm.

Wednesday, December 24th at 2pm and 7pm*

There will also be a Christmas Eve service on December 24th at 11pm*
This service is not ticketed, does not offer childcare, and does not include performance by Colton Dixon.

* = American Sign Language Interpretation tickets available.

To reserve your tickets, visit reallifechurch.eventbrite.com.
If you need handicap seating, please call our office at 661-775-7401.
Ticket note: When reserving your ticket, seats are automatically assigned. You are not able to manually select your seats.

Doors open 30 minutes before each service. Ticketed childcare check-in starts 30 minutes prior to each service.

All services will be available LIVE through our Online Campus at reallifechurch.org/live.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  Do I have to reserve my tickets online?
A:  Yes, all tickets must be reserved through Eventbrite. Eventbrite allows you to print tickets at home or scan your Mobile device at the door. You are welcome to come to the RLC Valencia Campus during one of our Weekend Services and someone will help you reserve your tickets via Guest Services located at the Lower Level. If you, or someone in your party requests handicap accessible seating, please call our office at 661-775-7401.

If you do not have a Printer at home, you can pick up your tickets at our Will Call booth on the day of your scheduled show located in the Lobby on the Lower Level or use the Eventbrite app which will include a mobile e-ticket.

Q:  Is there a Limit to the number of Tickets I can purchase?
A:  We encourage Group Ticket reservations, so you can invite families, neighbors, school groups, etc.; however, we have established a limit of no more than 20 Tickets per individual/per show for this event. Tickets reservations are first-come, first-served. Please reserve tickets early in order to guarantee seats.

Q:  Like the ‘Halloween on Route 66’ event, will there be special ‘Off-Site’ Parking?
A:  No, there will be ample parking available on the RLC Valencia campus for all shows.

Q:  Will there be Childcare available?
A:  Yes, there will be childcare provided for age ranges Nursery- 5th grade. You must reserve a ticket for your child when reserving your tickets. Please select the ticket type for the proper age group of your child.

Q:  Who do I contact if I have problems with the Online Ticketing process?
A:  While safeguards are in place to make this process easy, intuitive and safe, there is always the possibility of a technology compatibility issue that may negatively impact its service.  Should that occur, we invite you to contact us at (661) 775-7401 to help trouble-shoot your issue.  You can also email in to info@reallifechurch.org. If you do not have a Printer at home, we ask that you come to our Will Call booth located in the Lobby of the Lower Level.

Q: What do I do if I have someone in my party needs an aisle seat who is not necessarily handicap, but the system did not give us an isle seat?
A: The Eventbrite system does not allow anyone to select specific seating. If someone in your party needs specific seating please call our office at 661-775-7401 and we will do our best to fulfill your needs.

Q: What do I do if I do not want to sit as close to the stage as the ticketing system gave me tickets for?
A: If you would like to change your seats, you can cancel your order and resubmit your request. The Eventbrite system does not allow anyone to select specific seating but by resubmitting your request it will give you best available seating at that very moment. If you have further questions or would like assistant, please call our office at 661-775-7401.
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  1. Glenna Robinson Panarisi – Tell Haidyn

  2. Sharon Todd Sharon Todd says:

    Kimberly Todd-Amber probably already knows all about this. :)

  3. Sweet Jesus, the savage terror,

  4. No. She didn’t know. But I reserved tickets. Thanks! I reserved 4.

  5. Apparently Strypër was already booked.

  6. Cort Howell Cort Howell says:

    Tickets for church? Nice.

  7. Ken Clark Ken Clark says:

    Fn lame! Even worse than Stryper! Bahahahhahaha

  8. Erik Shapiro Erik Shapiro says:

    Maylin Plasse Shapiro

  9. FYI, the tickets are free. They just want to make sure that you reserve your seats. Nothing like getting to church and not having anywhere to sit.

  10. Joseph Hosea Joseph Hosea says:

    What is that posted pic?

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