Multiplatinum-selling Chris Tomlin, called "the most sung artist anywhere" by Time Magazine, has announced the "Chris Tomlin Christmas: Christmas Songs of Worship" tour. Unlike the arenas and large-scale venues of past tours often associated with Tomlin, "Chris Tomlin Christmas" will incorporate historic venues and an up-close and intimate night of worship with Tomlin.
"I want these nights to feel warm and cozy ... that's what I love about the beautiful, historic theaters," Tomlin said. "They provide the perfect setting for a night to come together as a family, celebrating the spirit of Christmas."
Visiting 10 cities throughout the month of December, "Chris Tomlin Christmas" will be a rare opportunity for the audience to engage with Tomlin on a personal level, experiencing the spirit and joy of the season in some of the most beautiful venues in the world.
"This is going to be an incredible night, an intimate night of remembering what this season is about, remembering what Christmas is about, remembering why we celebrate and why we worship, and remembering our savior together," Tomlin said.
Tickets will be available beginning at noon local time on Friday, Sept. 15, at ChrisTomlin.com
. An artist pre-sale kicks off at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12. The Ticketmaster pre-sale runs from 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12, through midnight Thursday, Sept. 14.
Locally, the tour visits Toronto's Massey Hall on Dec. 12, and the John H. Mulroy Civic Center in Syracuse on Dec. 13. For the latest information, visit christomlin.com
Tomlin is among the most influential artists in Christian music. Selling more than 7.5 million albums and 10.7 million digital tracks, Tomlin has 16 No. 1 radio singles, a Grammy Award, three Billboard Music Awards, two platinum and five gold albums to his name. Honored last fall as the fourth recipient of the SoundExchange Digital Radio Award, recognizing more than 1 billion digital radio plays, Tomlin's latest album, "Never Lose Sight," and debut children's book, "Good Good Father," are available now.
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