Evans returns with At Christmas Tour
Monday, August 27, 2018
– Sara Evan is returning again this year for another holiday season of her At Christmas Tour.
Tickets are available starting Friday, Aug. 31 at SaraEvans.com. California country trio Fairground Saints will open all shows.
Tour dates are:
Nov. 24 Cincinnati, OH JACK Cincinnati Casino
Nov. 29 Carmel, IN The Center for the Performing Arts
Nov. 30 Warrendale, PA Jergels Rhythm Grille
Dec. 1 Jim Thorpe, PA Penn's Peak
Dec. 7 Marietta, OH Peoples Bank Theatre
Dec. 8 Alexandria, VA The Birchmere
Dec. 13 Jackson, TN Carl Perkins Civic Center
Dec. 14 Pensacola, FL Saenger Theatre
Dec. 15 Augusta, GA Miller Theater
Evans released a Christmas disc, "At Christmas," in 2014. Her last studio disc was "Words" in 2017.
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