It’s time to get in the holiday spirit with the return of Platinum-selling artist Brett Eldredge’s annual Glow Live Tour. It’s back, and bigger than ever!
The 14-date Christmas-time tradition will kick off on November 25 for a three-night residency at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, available to watch via livestream for fans who are unable to attend. The star will take the stage to spread his Christmas cheer in major cities across the nation, including back-to-back dates in New York City, Boston and Chicago, before wrapping up the special tour on December 21 at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre.
“If you want to feel like a kid again, dance, cry and sing your heart out, then come join me…you will never forget it, I promise:),” Eldredge shared via Instagram.
The country music star’s critically acclaimed Glow LIVE holiday tour began as a single show, inspired by his 2016 Christmas album, Glow. The timeless project peaked at No. 2 on the country charts following its release, featuring the Billboard Adult Contemporary and Holiday Music Chart-topping classic “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” ft. Meghan Trainor.
“Since I was a kid, I’ve had the Christmas music spirit running heavily through my veins,” shared Eldredge. “It’s my favorite thing in the world. Now taking my own Christmas tour out on the road at this huge level is a dream. I can’t wait to see everyone dressed up, relaxed and ready to sing the Christmas classics with me!”
Early access is now available for “The Locals” fan club members. As the official card of the Glow LIVE Tour 2022, Citi cardmembers can now purchase presale tickets until Sunday, October 23 at 10PM local time via the Citi Entertainment program. For more information on how to purchase presale tickets, visit www.citientertainment.com.
General on-sale tickets are now available at bretteldredge.com
GLOW LIVE TOUR 2022 DATES:
Fri Nov 25 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
Sat Nov 26 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
Sun Nov 27 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
Thu Dec 1 – Cleveland, OH – Playhouse Square
Fri Dec 2 – Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre
Sat Dec 3 – St. Louis, MO – Stifel Theatre
Tue Dec 6 – Washington, DC – DAR Constitution Hall
Fri Dec 9 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre
Sat Dec 10 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre
Tue Dec 13 – Dallas, TX – Texas Trust CU Theatre
Thu Dec 15 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Theater
Thu Dec 16 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Theater
Thu Dec 20 – Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
Thu Dec 21 – Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
The “Drunk on Your Love” singer recently wrapped up his “Songs About You” tour. The 24-stop run kicked off on June 19 in Wheaton, IL, and wrapped up on September 24 in Saginaw, MI.
The high-energy stint celebrated the country hitmaker’s seventh studio album, Songs About You. The 12-track project encompasses the self-love and raw emotions that Eldredge has worked towards sharing throughout his entire career.
“I always got to the place where I want to make everyone happy and please them and make them feel good, and then I felt empty,” Eldredge shared with Country Now. “I still have my days, but going through making this record, I’ve never felt more confident in myself and strongly about the music I’m making and more importantly, the person that I am away from all the music.”
Eldredge recently got real with fans via Instagram, reflecting on how difficult touring can be sometimes – ultimatelyexplaining that it is worth all of the hard times to be able to do what he loves.
“Touring is such a wild experience…it’s incredibly exciting, at times very lonely, fulfilling, draining, a rush, a pressure to deliver your best even when your mind is in a tough place…it’s the deep bond with your band of brothers and sisters and the places we’ve travelled around the world and lived to tell a story about it…it’s a connection with strangers in a crowd that quickly become part of your heart and soul…sometimes ya wanna keep going forever, sometimes ya just wanna be home in your bed not hitting pot holes rolling down the highway getting 4 hours of sleep…”
He continued, “all of that, for just an hour and a half of a day where we can all do what we dreamt about as kids…it’s worth it…I’m grateful for this experience…now back to my day off so we can load up the bus and head out again this weekend to do it all over again…because as they say, the show must go one…and it will…I love ya.”
Other artists rallied around Eldredge, revealing that they too feel the pressure at times. “This is so real. i’ve been feeling this way for a while. still, it’s just like you said – it’s all worth it. love you 💛,” commented Brittney Spencer. “I feel this to my core 🙌,” added Carly Pearce.