Today, singer/songwriter Christina Holmes has announced that she will once again join Donovan Frankenreiter on tour in 2020.  The tour, a continuation of this year’s “The Record Player Tour,” will kick off on February 12th in Atlanta, GA before making stops in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Las Vegas. This leg of the tour will also take Christina north of the border to Vancouver and Victoria for the first time.  Tickets for “The Record Player Tour” will officially go on sale Friday, October 18th at 10 am local time here:

“I can’t even explain how excited I am to go back on tour with Donavon,” shares Christina.  “We had such an amazing time on the last run and I know this will be just as incredible!”

The Record Player Tour

February 12th Atlanta, GA City Winery
February 13th Washington, DC The Hamilton Live
February 14th New York, NY The Cutting Room
February 15th Boston, MA City Winery
February 16th Philadelphia, PA City Winery
February 17th Chicago, IL City Winery
February 18th Nashville, TN City Winery
February 19th Fort Collins, CO The Armory
February 20th Denver, CO Bluebird Theater
February 21st Aspen, CO Belly Up
February 22nd Telluride, CO Sheridan Opera House
February 23rd Crested Butte, CO Public House
February 26th Vancouver, BC The Imperial Theater
February 27th Victoria, BC Capital Ballroom
February 28th Tacoma, WA Spanish Ballroom
February 29th Portland, OR Aladdin Theater
March 1st Bend, OR Domino Room
March 2nd Boise, ID The Olympic
March 3rd Ketchum, ID Whiskey Jaques
March 5th Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl Vegas

New Jersey-born and Rhode Island-based singer, songwriter, and Cove House Records founder Christina Holmes threads together stories of love and life on her third full-length, The Beautiful Struggle. The 11-track album is her most personal, passionate, and powerful work to-date and debut at #13 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter charts.  After keeping a childhood songwriting ambition a secret, she went from braving open mics to brightening the spirits of bedridden hospital patients alongside the charity Musicians On Call. Following a seminal “Amateur Night” gig at the Apollo, she dropped her 2013 debut, Peace, Love, & C. Holmes and canvased the country on a sold-out tour with Trevor Hall. 2017’s Stand Up—produced by Warren Huart [Colbie Caillat, James Blunt]—would be the first official release through Cove House Records. In the aftermath of the release, she garnered the acclaim of Paste, Relix, and Jam in the Van and toured with everyone from Hall to Xavier Rudd and Nahko of Medicine for the People in addition to booking her own national headline run.

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