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Staff Organist and Outreach Director Steven Ball points out pipes in need of repair in the fanfare section of the Midmer-Losh pipe organ at Historic Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, Thursday Nov. 20, 2014. The Midmer-Losh, completed in 1932, is undergoing restoration.

Michael Ein

South Jersey’s finest in entertainment will converge inside Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall for the second annual Christmas Spectacular Friday, Dec. 1.

Held inside the Adrian Phillips Theater, the event is presented by the Historic Organ Restoration Committee, an organization devoted to restoring and preserving Boardwalk Hall’s two historic pipe organs. The night includes organ performances, dancing, a Christmas carol sing-along and a reading of “The Night Before Christmas.”

Some of the evening’s performers include Miss America 1977 Dorothy Benham, the Atlantic City Ballet, director of Cape Shore Chorale Scott Breiner and the Boys of Boardwalk Hall Male Quartet. While the main show begins at 7 p.m., come at 6:30 p.m. for a special pre-show performance on the Hall’s Midmer-Losh, the world’s largest pipe organ.

Boardwalk Hall is located at 2301 Boardwalk. Tickets are $20. Call 609-348-7000 or go to TicketMaster.com.

—Jacklyn McQuarrie