A good blend of music will happen at this year's Christmas in Washington, boasting line-ups such as Ne-Yo, Alan Jackson, Katharine McPhee, Colbie Caillat and classic tenor Andrea Bocelli.
Christmas celebration in Washington will have a good mixture of music, thanks to its star-studded line-ups that cover various aspects of music genre. Among the confirmed acts are Ne-Yo, Vanessa Hudgens, Alan Jackson and Andrea Bocelli.
The annual event which is hosted by Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw is a charity concert to raise fund for National Children's Medical center. The U.S. President and the First Lady as well as White House's important people will also be in attendance as usual.
Other acts contributing their voices would be rising stars Colbie Caillat, Katharine McPhee and Heather Headley. "This year's line-up represents a variety of musical styles guaranteed to please just about any ear," said Michael Wright, senior VP of TNT. "We are extremely proud to have had such a long and fruitful relationship with Christmas in Washington."
It will be taped at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. and aired on TNT Wednesday, December 12, at 10 P.M. (ET/PT).