Special livestreamed concert presented by Moment House airing globally in four time zones Dec. 19-20
Pentatonix has announced “Pentatonix: The Evergreen Experience,” the three-time Grammy Award-winning and multi-Platinum-selling artist’s full-length streamed concert via Moment House. The exclusive live show will be streamed on the premium social live media platform on Sunday and Monday, Dec. 19-20 (depending on territory). The show will highlight the band’s sixth and latest holiday album, “Evergreen,” as well as other holiday classics from the group’s five other Christmas albums.
Special early-bird tickets, priced at $9.99, are on sale today. Regularly priced tickets go on sale at noon ET Tuesday, Dec 7.
The full-length livestreamed concert will be taped at Pentatonix’s Dec. 11 show at Louisville, Kentucky’s KFC Yum! Center. The band will incorporate instruments for the first time in its live show, including drums, a cello and a piano.
Of the show, Scott Hoying said, “This is such a special show for us, and such a great experience to perform on our first tour in two years, so we wanted all our fans around the world to get a chance to see it.”
For tickets and more information, visit www.momenthouse.com/pentatonix.
Pentatonix continue to be a quintessential holiday staple with their latest album as well as television performances including their recent performance on NBC’s “Today.” Catch the performance here. The band most recently performed “Wonderful Christmastime” and “We Need a Little Christmas” on NBC’s “Christmas in Rockefeller Center.” The group will also return to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Dec. 10 and perform for a second time on “Today” on Dec. 17.
Year after year, Pentatonix continues to prove it is one of the best-selling groups of holiday music in history. Last year, the group was Billboard's top streaming artist of holiday music in the U.S., with more than 90 million streams coming from Christmas week alone. Across all holiday albums, the group sold over half a million units in total consumption. Additionally, the group had more songs than any other artist on MRC’s holiday/seasonal on-demand overall streaming chart (with 19 tracks).
Last summer, Pentatonix released their “At Home” EP, which featured new arrangements of "Blinding Lights" (The Weeknd), "when the party's over" (Billie Eilish), "Break My Heart" (Dua Lipa) and "Dreams" (The Cranberries), before releasing two original songs, “Happy Now” and “Be My Eyes” (from their album, “The Lucky Ones”), as well as an arrangement and video for Tears for Fears’ “Mad World.” The quintet also celebrated the end of 2020 with a new holiday collection, “We Need A Little Christmas.” Most Recently, Pentatonix released a new original album, “The Lucky Ones,” in February, and “The Lucky Ones Deluxe” in September.
Moment House is a premium social live media platform that connects artists and their core fans for global, elevated ticketed experiences — called “Moments.” With a mission to bring people together through art and technology, Moment House is uniquely crafted with a focus on artist-friendliness, elegant design, user experience, and support for seamless merchandise integrations and global payments. To-date, Moment House has processed 1 million tickets across 168 countries and an additional 44 territories.
Founded in 2019 out of the Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre Academy for Innovation at USC, Moment House has hosted "Moments'' by a range of artists, including Tame Impala, St. Vincent, Halsey, Kygo, Kaytranada, Brockhampton, MARINA, Charlotte Lawrence, Ruel, Yungblud, KSI, Yola, Grouplove, Bryson Tiller, the My Brother, My Brother and Me podcast, Omar Apollo and Lindsey Stirling. It also hosted the livestream for both nights of Clive Davis’ Grammy gala this year and oversaw ticketing for Justin Bieber’s NYE livestream. For more information on Moment House, visit momenthouse.com.
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