Harmony will be released in November

Global superstar Josh Groban has announced that he will be releasing a brand new album, Harmony, this November. In addition to the new album, Groban will take fans on a virtual concert “tour” this fall with three new, intimate concerts filmed in-person and live streamed directly to audiences. In June, Groban did his first livestream concert with high quality sound and lighting that was streamed to 63 countries around the world.

To kick off the series, Groban will perform a concert of Broadway favorites on October 3rd at 4 pm EDT/1pm PDT. Individual tickets start at $25.

In November, Groban will perform a concert celebrating his brand new album, Harmony, which will be released that month. The concert will take place on November 26th at 4 pm EST/1pm PST, with a second showing that same day at 8 pm EST/5 pm PST. Individual tickets start at $25.

Finally, on December 19th Groban will perform his first ever holiday concert. The livestream airs at 4 pm EST/1 pm PST. Individual tickets start at $30.

The Livestream Concert Series pass will go on sale August 18th at 4 pm EDT with the FOJG exclusive pre-sale and general on-sale for the series pass will begin August 20th, at 4 pm EDT at JoshGroban.com/Livestream.

For $65, fans can purchase the Livestream Concert Series pass, which includes access to all three livestream concerts and the ability to rewatch each performance after the event for up to 48 hours. There are also VIP packages available.

Tickets to individual concerts will go on sale August 25th at 4 pm EDT with the FOJG exclusive pre-sale, and general on-sale for individual tickets will begin August 27th at 4 pm EDT at JoshGroban.com/Livestream.

While currently unable to gather together in person, Groban has been connecting with fans from all over the world, online. Fans can also follow the hashtag #showersongs on Groban’s social media accounts to see special musical performances from Josh, filmed at home.

Recently, Groban was featured on CBS Sunday Morning where he talked to Tracy Smith about dealing with isolation, the postponement of his Great Big Radio City Show, learning to cook, singing in the shower and working on new music. Groban also showcased a beautiful, brand new song entitled “Your Face.” Following the broadcast, Groban was a guest on CBS Sunday Morning’s Facebook Live Chat.