LeAnn Rimes Set For Holiday Tour And Hallmark Movie

LeAnn Rimes has announced the dates for her annual Christmas tour. The 11-stop You and Me and Christmas Tour, will kick off in Wenatchee, Washington on November 30, and proceed mostly along the West Coast. Rimes also announced that she will be making her Hallmark movie debut with It’s Christmas, Eve. Rimes produced the movie along with Dave Aude and Darrel Brown. Rimes is also scoring the original music for the film. The movie’s original soundtrack will have three songs, “It’s Christmas, Eve,” “The Gift of Your Love” and “You and Me and Christmas,” created specifically for the project. The film will premiere on November 10, and the soundtrack will be available on October 12. “I am really excited about the You and Me and Christmas Tour this year,” Rimes said in a press release. “It’s my sixth holiday tour, and I’m particularly looking forward to singing some new music from It’s Christmas, Eve and sharing it with the fans.” “LeAnn Rimes is such a multi-talented artist, and we have wanted to work with her for years,” Crown Media Family Networks’ Executive Vice President Michelle Vicary said. “Our viewers are in for a treat as LeAnn is the lead in a Hallmark Christmas movie, and has also penned beautiful original songs that she sings in the film,” he added. You and Me and Christmas Tour Dates: Nov. 30 – Wenatchee, Wash. – Toyota Town Center Dec. 1 – Tacoma, Wash. – Emerald Queen Casino Dec. 2 – Ridgefield, Wash. – Ilani Event Center Dec. 4 – Santa Rosa, Calif. – Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Dec. 5 – Folsom, Calif. – Harris Center Dec. 7 – Cerritos, Calif. – Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts Dec. 8 – Laughlin, Nev. – Edgewater Casino – E Center Dec. 15 – Palm Desert, Calif. – McCallum Theatre Dec. 16 – Lancaster, Calif. – Lancaster Performing Arts Center Dec. 18 – San Luis Obispo, Calif. – Cal Poly Performing Arts Center Dec. 19 – Chico, Calif. – California State University – Chico Auditorium Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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