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Phil Vassar + Lonestar Announce The Not So Silent Night Tour

The holiday season will be a little more magical this year. Phil Vassar and Lonestar are hitting the road for The Not So Silent Night Tour.

To celebrate the news, they’re releasing their Christmas single, “Not So Silent Night,” on Nov. 2. Not long after, they’ll drop a music video for the song. Later that month, Vassar and Lonestar will kick off their tour in Biloxi. In true holiday spirit, their tour and single will support The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army red kettle bells will also be on hand at each stop during the tour.

“I’ve known these guys forever, and we’re going to have a blast on the road performing for our fans,” Vassar said. “It’s even more meaningful that we’re getting into the Christmas spirit and giving back to The Salvation Army — that’s what it’s all about.”

The tour starts on Nov. 30 with more than 10 stops. On Dec. 2, they’ll play the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville before finishing the rest of their dates. During the shows, fans will hear Christmas standards, non-traditional holiday songs and the artists’ individual hits. One lucky fan in each city will be chosen to join the men onstage for a special Christmas collaboration. Details on that will follow.

“After years of being friends with Phil and being a fan of his talent as well, we are truly excited to go on this Christmas tour and share the stage with him,” Lonestar said. “Fans should get ready for a lot of laughs, great music and of course a ‘Not So Silent Night!'”

Stay tuned for more information on the single as well as the upcoming tour. For now, see tour dates on Lonestar and Vassar’s website. Aside from regular tickets, VIP experiences with a meet and greet, signed poster and special keepsake will also be available.

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