NASHVILLE, TENN. (April 26, 2021) – Vocal-only Country group Home Free are set to bring their joyful harmony heat to the deep freeze of the 2021 holiday season, announcing the cities and dates of their upcoming WARMEST WINTER HOLIDAY TOUR.
Firing up the bus for a month-long trek capping their triumphant return to the stage, the trip will find a cappella all-stars Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp, Tim Foust, and Adam Chance returning to an annual tradition – and performing in especially cheerful spirits.
Kicking off December 1 in Evansville, Indiana, and hitting cities across the nation, they’ll showcase their incredible vocal gifts and favorite holiday tunes – including many off their 2020 album, WARMEST WINTER.
In total, Home Free will visit 14 intimate venues perfectly suited for their resonate rejoicing, including notable appearances at the Tennessee Theater in Knoxville, Tennessee (12/2); Nashville’s famous Ryman Auditorium (12/7) and a hometown show on December 18 in Mankato, Minnesota, where Home Free was founded nearly two decades ago.
The WARMEST WINTER album was released in the midst the COVID-19 pandemic – a time which kept the band off the road, but not off the mic. With 12 holiday favorites (and a few surprises), the band were joined by special guests Alabama, Rachel Wammack, and Striking Matches, marking their fifth full-length holiday album overall. As such, holiday tours have become a yearly highlight for the long-running band, but under the circumstances, their 2021 trip will feature more gratitude and seasonal delight than ever.