Evans goes virtual with concerts
Friday, November 20, 2020
– Sara Evans will be perform a live series of virtual full band concerts in partnership with VYE over three nights on Dec. 10-12.
Each virtual date will have its own theme. The first show will include Evans' biggest hits. The second night will feature all of the cover songs from her latest album, "Copy That." The closing show will bring a virtual version of her annual Christmas concert tour named after her holiday album, "At Christmas." Each show will also include surprise special performers.
Tickets for each of the live virtual shows will start at $14.99 and are available to purchase now with special packages including exclusive merch bundles and VIP virtual meet & greets also available. A limited number of in-person tickets will be made available at a later date and attendees will be required to follow all appropriate COVID safety protocols including spaced seating, temperature checks and wearing masks.
Fans can also catch Evans starring as Belinda in the upcoming Hallmark Channel movie, "A Nashville Christmas Carol," which premieres Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. eastern. In this country music twist on Charles Dickens' holiday tale, Evans appears alongside fellow country stars Wynonna Judd, RaeLynn and Kix Brooks.
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