Here We Come A-wassailing

Here We Come A-wassailing, Dickens Carolers

Our Dickens Carolers will bring the Victorian Era to your holiday events.  This talented group of singers can walk through larger venues and bring holiday cheer to your guests.  Wether you are hosting an employee party or simply a special evening, our singers will bring the authentic look and sound that you see in this video.  They have a large variety of songs to choose from, they look authentic, and sound great.

This video was taped live at a New Jersey County Club.  When guests arrived at the club, they were met with the sounds of Christmas Carols being sung by this group.  Later on, the Carolers walked from room to room performing a mini-concert in each dining room.

To reserve our Dickens Carolers for your own Merry Christmas event, contact Entertainment Consultants at:



(908) 464-0038

(908) 451-1955

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Here We Come A-wassailing

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Here We Come A-wassailing (or Here We Come A-caroling) is an English traditional Christmas carol and New Years song, apparently composed c. 1850. The old English wassail song refers to ‘wassailing’, or singing carols door to door wishing good health.


According to Readers Digest; “the Christmas spirit often made the rich a little more generous than usual, and bands of beggars and orphans used to dance their way through the snowy streets of England, offering to sing good cheer and to tell good fortune if the householder would give them a drink from his wassail bowl or a penny or a pork pie or, let them stand for a few minutes beside the warmth of his hearth. The wassail bowl itself was a hearty combination of hot ale or beer, apples, spices and mead, just alcoholic enough to warm tingling toes and fingers of the singers


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