This year’s Comcast Holiday Spectacular debuted last week in the lobby of Philadelphia’s Comcast Center to an enthusiastic crowd… in 3-D.
Presented on The Comcast Experience, the world’s largest 4 mm, LED display in vivid 3-D, the show is fast becoming a holiday tradition here in Philadelphia. This year, the 19 minute show has been recreated in 3-D, and free 3-D glasses are passed out so you won’t miss any of the fun.
If you’re in the Philadelphia area this holiday season, stop by the Comcast Center (at 1701 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Philadelphia, PA, 19103.) and see the show yourself. It runs on the hour every day from 10am to 8pm (with the exception of 5 pm on weekdays) until January 1, 2010.
In addition to being fun, we’re also helping people with the Comcast Holiday Spectacular. We’ve partnered with the United Way of Southeastern PA to help fight hunger during this holiday season. People can donate $5 to the United Way SEPA by simply texting ‘PHILLY’ to 864833 on their cell phone. This information is displayed a couple times during the show itself, but you can feel free to text that number from anywhere and donate $5 yourself.
Read on to see a short video about The Comcast Experience video wall that includes brief interviews with with David Cohen, our Executive Vice President, and David Niles who wrote and directed The Comcast Holiday Spectacular and get a look at what the show looks like.