Thanksgiving is almost here (and shopping season is well underway), but with so many things to celebrate between now and the end of the year from Diwali this past week to New Year’s Eve it’s time to start putting together playlists and belting out your joy. Luckily, the cast of High School Musical:The Musical: The Series is bringing us a special and a whole new album just in time for the holidays.

“Singing one of my favorite Christmas songs with some of my favorite people!,” Frankie Rodriguez who plays Carlos in the series said on Instagram, “Save the date!” He performs “Feliz Navidad,” “Something in the Air,” and “That’s Christmas to Me” in the special.

The forty-five-minute special will include musical performances, holiday moments and memories from the cast, and even surprises from the forthcoming second season of the Disney Plus original show. High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special starts streaming only on Disney Plus on December 11.

The soundtrack for the holiday special will be available on major music streaming platforms Friday, November 20, so you can start getting into the holiday spirit with your HSMTMTS favorites early.

Check out the track list for the thirteen song album below.

“This Christmas (Hang All The Mistletoe)” – performed by Sofia Wylie
“The Perfect Gift” – written and performed by Joshua Bassett
“Feliz Navidad” – performed by Frankie Rodriguez and Joe Serafini
“The Hanukkah Medley” – performed by Julia Lester
“Last Christmas” – performed by Matt Cornett
“White Christmas” – performed by Larry Saperstein
“Little Saint Nick” – performed by Joshua Bassett and Matt Cornett
“Believe” – performed by Dara Reneé
“What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve” – performed by Kate Reinders and Mark St. Cyr
“River” – performed by Olivia Rodrigo
“Something In The Air” – performed by the season two cast of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”
“That’s Christmas To Me” – performed by Frankie Rodriguez, Kate Reinders, Julia Lester and Joe Serafini
“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” – performed by Dara Reneé

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