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Sep 17

The Oak Ridge Boys Announce Annual Christmas Tour

The Oak Ridge Boys Announce Annual Christmas Tour

The Oak Ridge Boys photo courtesy of Webster & Associates.

The Oak Ridge Boys have announced their annual Christmas Time’s-A-Comin’ Tour. For the 24th year, the band will bring fans a festive show featuring holiday classics along with their biggest hits.

“Christmas is my favorite time of the year,” Duane Allen said. “The Oak Ridge Boys get to take our Christmas tour all over the USA, sharing joy, happiness, gifts, families getting together, and, of course, the story of the birth of Jesus Christ. Our Christmas shows are the highlight of our year.”

The band’s Christmas Time’s A Coming CD was released last year with an exclusive version available at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. The project is their sixth holiday CD. The band is also celebrating their 40th anniversary as a group.

“Our 40th Anniversary tour dates are turning into celebrations everywhere we go,” Duane said. “We have chosen a busy schedule so we can say ‘thank you’ to the many promoters, radio stations, fairs, festivals, and our wonderful fans who have all supported us for so many years. We hope everyone will come on out and celebrate with us.”

Christmas Time’s-A-Comin’ Tour Dates:
Nov 5-7 – Branson, MO
Nov 12-14 – Branson, MO
Nov 16 – Wisconsin Dells, WS
Nov 19-21 – Branson, MO
Nov 25 – Portsmouth, OH
Nov 29 – Sioux Falls, SD
Nov 30 – Des Moines, IA
Dec 1 – Cheyenne, WY
Dec 2 – Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 3 – Cedar City, UT
Dec 5 – Billings, MT
Dec 6 – Boise, ID
Dec 7 – Kennewick, WA
Dec 8 – Lewiston, ID
Dec 9 – Spokane, WA
Dec 10 – Eugene, OR
Dec 11 – Redding, CA
Dec 12 – Yountville, CA
Dec 13 – Northridge, CA
Dec 14 – Coachella, CA
Dec 15 – Tucson, AZ
Dec 16 – Amarillo, TX
Dec 17 – Topeka, KS
Dec 18 – Cedar Rapids, IA
Dec 19 – Wabash, IN
Dec 20 – Akron, OH
Dec 21 – Toledo, OH
Dec 22 – Green Bay, WI

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