Sarah Brightman Sets Dates for ‘Christmas Symphony’ Tour

Six Florida cities are among the fall and winter trek across North America

Sarah Brightman is going on tour again this fall.
Sarah Brightman’s tour includes stops in six Florida cities. Publicity photo

Sarah Brightman, the beloved classical crossover soprano, has announced a new version of her 2023 “A Christmas Symphony” tour, which will include an orchestra, choir, and special guests. The 22-city trip takes place in November and December and stops in throughout North America.

Florida stops include Jacksonville, Clearwater, Hollywood, Naples, Orlando and Sarasota.

Here’s the full list of tour stops and venues:

21 November 2023: PLACE BELL – Laval, Canada

23 November 2023: OLG STAGE AT FALLSVIEW CASINO – Niagara Falls, Canada

24 November 2023: BOCH CENTER – WANG THEATRE – Boston, United States

25 November 2023: OCEAN CASINO RESORT – Atlantic City, United States

26 November 2023: STATE THEATRE – New Brunswick, United States

28 November 2023: ALTRIA THEATRE – Richmond, United States

29 November 2023: WIND CREEK EVENT CENTER – Bethlehem, United States

30 November 2023: HERSHEY THEATRE – Hershey, United States

02 December 2023: CHARLESTON GAILLARD CENTER – Charleston, United States

03 December 2023: BELK THEATER – Charlotte, United States

04 December 2023: PEACE CONCERT HALL – PEACE CENTER – Greenville, United States

06 December 2023: ATLANTA SYMPHONY HALL – Atlanta, United States

08 December 2023: TIMES UNION CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS – Jacksonville, United States

09 December 2023: SEMINOLE HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO – HOLLYWOOD, FL – Hollywood, United States

10 December 2023: ARTIS—NAPLES – Naples, United States

12 December 2023: RUTH ECKERD HALL – Clearwater, United States


14 December 2023: VAN WEZEL PERFORMING ARTS HALL – Sarasota, United States

17 December 2023: MAJESTIC THEATRE – San Antonio, United States

The 12th studio album by Brightman, “Hymn,” which was published on Nov. 9 by Decca Records, will continue to receive support. The Eric Whitacre Singers make a guest appearance on the song “Fly to Paradise” on the brand-new album, which peaked at No. 50 on the Billboard 200. The artist started her Hymn World Tour in the same year, and it went until 2020, stopping in Latin America, North America, Asia, and Europe. Sarah has appeared in numerous musicals, including “Phantom of the Opera,” “Cats,” and “Aspects of Love,” among others, in addition to her work as a songwriter.

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