Sara Evans is readying for a busy and spirited season after kicking off the holidays performing as part of the 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®. The country music star performed “Diving In Deep,” from her recently released album Words, for more than 3.5 million parade spectators lining the streets of New York City and more than 50 million viewers nationwide on NBC.
Sara continues to celebrate the season with upcoming appearances on ABC’s The Chew (December 19th) and an exclusive concert event to kick-off SiriusXM’s Country Christmas (Channel 58) beginning December 4th at 12:00pm ET. She’ll also share her more than 20-year musical journey in Fox News Radio’s popular podcast, Children of Song, available December 1st.
Later this week, Sara will reprise her popular, limited-engagement ‘At Christmas Tour’, with seasonal shows created to deliver the holiday spirit to young and old. Tickets are available now at SaraEvans.com where fans can also upgrade to a VIP package, including a Meet and Greet to chat and take a photo with Sara plus an exclusive merchandise item.
Sara Evans “At Christmas Tour” Dates:
December 1 Lincoln City, OR Chinook Winds Casino
December 2 Lincoln City, OR Chinook Winds Casino
December 7 Stroudsburg, PA Sherman Theatre
December 8 Northfield, OH Hard Rock Casino
December 9 Shipshewana, IN Blue Gate Theater
December 14 Des Moines, IA Hoyt Sherman Place
December 15 Norfolk, NE Divots Event Center
December 16 Mayetta, KS Prairie Band Casino & Resort
“At Christmas”, released in 2015, is Sara’s first full-length Christmas recording. The 10-song collection features well-known holiday classics including “Silent Night,” “Winter Wonderland,” “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” and “O Come All Ye Faithful” plus the seasonal original song and title track, written by Shane Stevens and Toby Lightman.
Evans released her eighth studio album, “Words”, this summer and it quickly shot to #1 on the iTunes Country Albums Chart. The 14-song project, released on her own Born To Fly Records, has been dubbed the album of her lifetime and “captures an artist in full musical flight” states the Associated Press.