Leann Rimes Gets In Festive Mood For ‘ONE Christmas Tour’

It may only be the middle of July but that hasn’t stopped one of country music’s most talked-about female stars from getting in the festive spirit after the release of Leann Rimes tickets for a nine-date Christmas tour.

The 31-year-old, whose new reality show with actor husband Eddie Cibrian will premiere on VH1 this week, officially revealed the news to the tune of “12 Days Of Christmas” in a quirky YouTube video in which she’s surrounded by a group of elves while dressed in a bikini on the beach.

Rimes will kick off her ‘ONE Christmas Tour’ with ‘something really really special in New York City’ before moving onto Rutland’s Paramount Theatre on December 5 – tickets for which are available on TicketIQ at a get-in price of $79 – and then Bethlehem’s Sands Center on Dec 7 ($87), Elmira’s Clemens Center on Dec 11 ($151) and Poughkeepsie’s Mid-Hudson Civic Center on Dec 12 ($87).

The two-time Grammy-winner, who first embraced the holiday season in 2004 with the What A Wonderful World album, will then stop off at Englewood’s Bergen Pacific Arts Center on Dec 13 ($182), Manhattan’s McCain Auditorium on Dec 16 ($148) and Chicago’s Arcada Theatre on Dec 18 ($149), eventually wrapping up at Manistee’s Little River Casino on Dec 19.
Fans with Leann Rimes tickets can also look forward to the release of One Christmas, a six-track E.P. featuring renditions of “Silent Night, Holy Night,” “I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas,” “Blue Christmas,” “Someday at Christmas,” “Hard Candy Christmas” and “White Christmas,” to coincide with the tour in the first of three yuletide-themed records scheduled over the next three years.

Leann Rimes tickets are also available on TicketIQ for several of her forthcoming summer dates including the likes of Northfield’s Hard Rock Rocksino on July 27 ($82), Snoqualmie’s Casino-Mountain View Plaza on August 20 ($174) and Vancouver’s Westjet Concert Stage at PNE Rogers Amphitheatre on Aug 21 ($44). You can buy tickets for all upcoming shows right here:

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