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CMA Country Christmas Tickets
CMA Country Christmas TicketsA holiday special put on annually by the Country Music Association and aired on ABC, CMA Country Christmas has become a staple for country music fans. The event has been held at various venues in Nashville over the years, including the Bridgestone Arena, the Grand Ole Opry House and the Curb Event Center. CMA decks out the stage with stunning Christmas trees and holiday decorations, and these dazzling designs serve as a backdrop while many of country music's finest stars perform live renditions of classic Christmas carols and original holiday songs. Fans may also enjoy interviews from performers sharing their holiday memories throughout the night.
Have Yourself a Merry Country ChristmasFirst held in 2010, CMA Country Christmas is quickly coming up on a decade of holiday specials. The event drew more than 11.5 million viewers its first year and has returned consistently every year since. The show is not broadcast live; instead, it is filmed in the fall in front of a live audience and edited to be aired on ABC as Christmas approaches, following on the heels of the CMA Awards. Fans can grab tickets to attend the taping in-person, getting the chance to experience the holidays early with stellar performances from famous country music icons.
Where can I buy CMA Country Christmas tickets?The dates of the taping of CMA Country Christmas are usually announced close to the event date, so fans looking to snag CMA Country Christmas tickets to attend the event live should check back regularly at StubHub for available tickets. At StubHub, the world's largest ticket marketplace, every order is backed by the FanProtect guarantee, which keeps your transactions secure as you buy tickets on your computer or mobile device.
Which artists have hosted the CMA Country Christmas concert?For the first seven years of the event, CMA Country Christmas was hosted by Jennifer Nettles, one-half of the country music duo Sugarland. In 2017 and 2018, country music icon Reba McEntire hosted.
Who are some notable performers at CMA Country Christmas?CMA Country Christmas invites many of country's greatest stars to grace the stage as well as a few artists from outside the genre. Past shows have featured performances by Brad Paisley, Amy Grant, Loretta Lynn, Kelly Clarkson, Idina Menzel, Lindsey Stirling, Michael W. Smith, Dustin Lynch, Martina McBride and many more.
What is a historical CMA Country Christmas moment?In 2018, the ninth annual CMA Country Christmas event was awarded an encore airing date on ABC due to its popularity among fans, earning its highest ratings since 2014. Performances that year included Lindsey Stirling's violin rendition of "Carol of the Bells," Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith's duet of "Gloria," which was backed by a symphony orchestra and full choir, and "What Child Is This?" sung by Reba McEntire and The Isaacs.
What are some notable CMA Country Christmas performances?In 2016, Jennifer Nettles and Idina Menzel earned a standing ovation for their performance of "Little Drummer Boy." That same year, the legendary Loretta Lynn sang "Country Christmas," a song she wrote herself, with Jennifer Nettles and Trisha Yearwood. The song originally appeared on Lynn's 1966 Christmas album and appeared again on her second Christmas album 50 years later in 2016.
What is attending a CMA Country Christmas concert like?Getting the chance to attend the taping of CMA Country Christmas is an exciting opportunity for fans of country and Christmas music. Fans with floor seats are encouraged to wear their finest Christmas attire, as they may be seen in the edited footage that appears on television. Attendees in these seats may also have the opportunity to play trivia games and sing Christmas carols during set and artist changes. While the television special lasts two hours, fans attending the taping can expect the night to last about three hours to allow for set changes and multiple takes.
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