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Pentatonix: A Pentatonix Christmas Tour 2019 | Presale & Cheap Ticket Info

Popular American acapella group Pentatonix have just announced upcoming tour dates that will celebrate Christmas, which are sure to include a bevy of holiday-inspired tracks. These dates will begin on November 30th in New York City and will continue through December 23rd in Grand Prairie, TX. Fans can expect tickets for this tour to be ...

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The Best Holiday Concert Tours

Looking for a holiday centric concert to attend with friends, family, or partners this season? Here, we have compiled a list of this year’s Best Holiday Concert Tours, some of which are to promote new Holiday albums, and others that are simply to celebrate the season. Jewel: Handmade Holiday Tour It’s been a long and ...

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The Best Holiday Album Releases of 2017

If you’re like us and have been playing Holiday music the moment Thanksgiving leftovers entered the fridge, you’re probably getting (mildly) tired of listening to Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You”, or Vince Guaraldi’s A Charlie Brown Christmas. We would never tell you to forsake the classics, but we think everyone should know about these incredible holiday ...

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Concerts in NYC, April 2014 | 13 Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss

It’s that time again – our rundown of the 13 coolest must-see NYC concerts in the upcoming two weeks. It all started with March, Part UN and DEUX. Today, we look forward to April concerts (but not too forward – expect a second post for April too). We do it because we care. No more tears for missed ...

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