October 13

Brett Eldredge Rings In The Holiday Season With The Return Of The ‘Glow’ Live Tour 

It looks like Brett Eldredge is spreading the holiday cheer across the nation as early as now as he announced the return of his highly anticipated annual Glow Live Tour.

The 14-date-run will kick off with a three-night-residency at historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, beginning November 25, 26, and 27. He’s even inviting fans to join him on the third and final night via live stream. The Illinois native will then be making stops in major cities throughout the United States. This includes Cleveland, Washington, Indianapolis, and back-to-back nights in New York City’s Beacon Theatre. 

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The tour will then wrap up with two nights at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre on December 20 and 21. This year’s Glow Live Tour marks the largest number of shows for Eldredge’s holiday run to date.

Brett Eldredge’s Most Awaited Yearly Tradition

Brett Eldredge‘s love for the holiday season has since become a tradition following his single live show at Music City in 2016 to celebrate the release of his successful Christmas-themed album Glow. The record ranked No. 2 on both Billboard’s Top Holiday Albums and Top Country Albums. It also peaked at No. 29 On Billboard 200.

The overwhelming response prompted Eldredge to make the show a yearly tradition, which was only skipped in 2020 due to the ongoing pandemic. In 2021, Eldredge released another holiday album called Mr. Christmas, which featured a mix of original material and classic covers. 

Anyway, tickets for this year’s Glow Live Tour will be available to the public this Friday (October 14) at the country crooner’s official website. Meanwhile, members of Eldredge’s fan club, The Locals, will have the opportunity of purchasing tickets earlier as pre-sales begin today (October 11).

Truly, Christmas celebrations will no longer be complete without Brett Eldredge songs about the Yuletide season.


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