Lindsey Stirling announces 2021 Christmas tour

The trek launches Nov 26th

Platinum-selling electronic artist, violinist, and multi-talented entertainer Lindsey Stirling has announced the return of her annual Christmas tour for 2021. The Lindsey Stirling Christmas Program, her fourth holiday outing, will showcase Stirling’s favorite seasonal tunes as featured on her chart-topping and critically acclaimed holiday album, Warmer In The Winter, set against dazzling festive costumes, a troupe of talented dancers, lots of holiday cheer, and much more.

Following its kickoff Friday, November 26th in Memphis, the 22-date trek will stop throughout the Midwest and East Coast hitting Oklahoma City, Madison, Nashville, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Providence, Augusta and Mobile, among other cities. Fan club and local pre-sales will begin Wednesday, October 6th at 10 am local time, with the general on sale commencing Friday, October 8th at 10 am local time via Ticketmaster. VIP Packages, including holiday-themed meet & greet, exclusive holiday gift, premium seating, and access to Lindsey’s VIP Ugly Sweater Christmas Party featuring interactive photo opportunities, pre-show Q&A, activities and more, will also be available.

“It feels great to be back in the holiday spirit,” exclaims Stirling. “Nothing makes me more excited than sharing this time of year with my fans on tour. Christmas is my favorite holiday and to have the ability to perform some of my favorite Christmas classics live on stage again warms my heart.”

Stirling released her first-ever holiday album Warmer In The Winter in 2017, marking the No. 1 new Christmas album of the year. Due to high demand from fans, a deluxe edition was issued in 2018, also topping the holiday charts. Warmer In The Winter, which has sold nearly 400,000 copies and been streamed over 195 million times, features classic and original songs, such as “Angels We Have Heard On High,” “All I Want For Christmas,” “Let It Snow,” “Christmas C’mon,” “What Child Is This,” and “Carol of the Bells,” which hit No. 1 on holiday radio last year, along with special guests Becky G, Sabrina Carpenter, Trombone Shorty and Alex Gaskarth (from All Time Low).

Since she was unable to hit the road in 2020, Stirling brought the holiday cheer home to fans and families worldwide via her live-streaaming special Lindsey Stirling: Home for the Holidays. The all-new, hour-long ticketed special, which she independently created, produced, and financed, blurred the lines between concert and Christmas special, drawing over 100,000 views. In addition to stylized performances to songs off Warmer In The Winter, the one-of-a-kind experience also featured Stirling’s breathtaking performance of her hit “Crystallize,” where she hung by her hair for a captivating Cirque du Soleil-inspired aerial display.

The Lindsey Stirling Christmas Program follows Stirling’s massive summer headlining Artemis US Tour, which received rave reviews and recently concluded with a special virtual tour date via Moment House. The outing featured tracks off her latest chart-topping album Artemis, including “Underground,” “Sleepwalking,” “Masquerade,” “Between Twilight” and “Love Goes On and On” featuring Amy Lee, who joined Stirling onstage at her Nashville show, as well as this year’s standalone single “Lose You Now” and other hits from her extensive catalogue.

Artemis, Stirling’s fifth studio album released September 2019 via BMG, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Albums Chart and remained on the chart for 15 combined weeks. The 13-track album has racked up nearly 220 million total global streams and has also been turned into a successful six-part comic book series. Stemming from the instrumental-only track “Guardian” off of Artemis, Stirling’s recent emotive pop hit about loss and grief “Lose You Now” (BMG) with artist, producer, and songwriter Mako has amassed over 10 million global streams, including more than four million views on the song’s beautifully moving music video .

The Lindsey Stirling Christmas Program 2021 Dates:

Friday, November 26 Memphis, TN @ Cannon Center For the Performing Arts
Saturday, November 27 Shreveport, LA @ Shreveport Municipal Auditorium
Monday, November 29 Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion
Tuesday, November 30 Wichita, KS @ Orpheum Theatre
Wednesday, December 1 Ames, IA @ Iowa State Center – Stephens Auditorium
Thursday, December 2 Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
Friday, December 3 Madison, WI @ The Sylvee
Saturday, December 4 Peoria, IL @ Peoria Civic Center Theater
Monday, December 6 Nashville, TN @ Brown County Music Center
Tuesday, December 7 Rockford, IL @ Coronado Performing Arts Center
Wednesday, December 8 Columbus, OH @ Palace Theatre
Friday, December 10 Binghamton, NY @ Visions Veterans Memorial Arena
Saturday, December 11 Buffalo, NY @ Shea’s Performing Arts Center
Monday, December 13 Pittsburgh, PA @ Benedum Center for the Performing Arts
Tuesday, December 14 Providence, RI @ Providence Performing Arts Center
Thursday, December 16 Reading, PA @ Santander Performing Arts Center
Friday, December 17 Charleston, WV @ Charleston Municipal Auditorium
Saturday, December 18 Augusta, GA @ William B. Bell Auditorium
Monday, December 20 Columbia, SC @ Koger Center for the Arts – Gonzales Hall
Tuesday, December 21 Huntsville, AL @ Von Braun Center – Mark C. Smith Concert Hall
Wednesday, December 22 Mobile, AL @ Saenger Theater
Thursday, December 23 Jackson, MS @ Thalia Mara Hall

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