Jon Pardi has announced the October 27 release of his first-ever Christmas album, Merry Christmas From Jon Pardi. He has also confirmed a headline holiday show at Beacon Theatre in New York on December 16.
Pardi co-produced the 12-track festive set with Bart Butler and Ryan Gore, and its release will take place in the week that he becomes the first native of California to be inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, on October 24. He was invited to become the famous institution’s 225th member in the spring.
Meanwhile tickets for the Beacon show, A Very Merry Christmas With Jon Pardi, will be available for presale purchases from tomorrow (3) via Citi Presale and the Pardi Animals Fan Club. General sales begin on Friday (6) at 10am at LiveNation.com or JonPardi.com.
On November 26, the country star will get into holiday mode by performing at Nashville’s traditional Opry Country Christmas shows. This will be Pardi’s first major activity as an member of the Opry, and tickets are on sale now at opry.com.
After European dates in the summer, Pardi’s Mr. Saturday Night Tour, named after his ACM Award-nominated album, began its North American leg in Knoxville, TN last Thursday (September 28) moving on to Pikeville, KY (29) and Savannah, GA (30). The next date is in Hollywood, Florida on Thursday (October 5). Dates continue until the Beacon show in New York, and Pardi is also booked for Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa beach party in Mexico over the January 17-20 weekend next year. All tour information is at JonPardi.com.
The shows feature a fully-stocked setlist of Pardi’s best-loved songs such as “Last Night Lonely,” “Heartache Medication,” and “Longneck Way To Go,” on which he reprised his recording collaboration of last year with tour guests Midland. The set also featured a cover of Thomas Rhett’s country No.1 of 2020, “Beer Can’t Fix,” and a closing encore of “Head Over Boots.”
Pre-order Merry Christmas From Jon Pardi, which is released on October 27.