Country star Trace Adkins is like Buddy the Elf, spreading cheer by singing loud for all to here. For the second time in as many years, he’s embarking on The Christmas Show tour, performing holiday classics and songs from his very own Christmas album, The King’s Gift. Besides your favorite festive tunes, the shows will include historical narrations, fireside chats, and the 12-piecce Sarepta Symphony. Things start out November 14 at the Eisenhower Hall Theatre in West Point, NY, before continuing onto Worcester, MA; Boston, MA; Wilmington, DE; Verona, NY; Balimore, MD; Dearborn, MI; Greenville, KS; Fayetteville, NC; Nashville, TN (at Polk Theater); Atlanta, GA; Jacksonville, FL; Ft. Pierce, FL; and Clearwater, FL; to name a few. Can’t make it to a show? There’s a DVD of the show now available on Adkin’s website, featuring behind-the-scenes interviews and more. For more information on ticketing, visit Adkin’s website.

Trace Adkins made his debut with 1995’s Dreamin’ Out Loud. Since then, he’s released seven more studio albums and charted more than 20 singles, including hits like “(This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Thing,” “Ladies Love Country Boys,” and “You’re Gonna Miss This.” All but one of his albums have gone gold or platinum in the United States—2005’s Songs About Me has been certified double platinum.

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