Home Free Plot 2021 Warmest Winter Holiday Tour

The guys are bringing their velvety harmonies and holiday spirit to a city near you!

Home Free Plot 2021 Warmest Winter Holiday Tour
Home Free; Photo credit: Ford Fairchild

Country a cappella group Home Free is looking ahead to the joyful season with their newly-announced 2021 Warmest Winter Holiday Tour.

Kicking off on December 1 in Evansville, Indiana, the five-person group consisting of Austin Brown, Adam Chance, Tim Foust, Rob Lundquist and Adam Rupp will hit 14 venues and perform both holiday staples and songs from their festive 2020 album, Warmest Winter

“There is a special kind of indescribable magic that only exists between performers and audiences via live music,” Foust reflects. “It’s hard to believe it’s been over a year since we’ve been able to share that connection with our fans. We’re more than ready to get this show back on the road.”

Other stops during their tour run include Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium (12/7), Tennessee Theater in Knoxville, Tennessee (12/2) and a hometown show in Mankato, Minnesota (12/18), where Home Free was founded almost two decades ago.

“It feels so great to finally be able to say we’re hitting the road again on tour,” adds Rupp. “And to top it off, we’re headed back to where it all began – my hometown of Mankato. We’ve performed there many times, but because of the break we’ve had, that show, in particular, is going to be all the more special.”

The tour will follow Home Free’s rescheduled headlining Dive Bar Saints World Tour, beginning on August 27 in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and continuing through November 14 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Warmest Winter was released in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic last year. The 12-track holiday album featured special guests Alabama (“Christmas In Dixie”), Rachel Wammack (“Tennessee Christmas”), and Striking Matches (“Run, Run Rudolph”).

Tickets for the Warmest Winter Holiday Tour are on sale now.


  1 | Evansville, IN – Victory Theatre
  2 | Knoxville, TN – Tennessee Theatre
  3 | Atlanta, GA – Coca-Cola Roxy
  4 | Mobile, AL – Saenger Theatre
  5 | Charlotte, NC – Ovens Auditorium 
  7 | Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
  9 | Branson, MO – Mansion Theatre
10 | Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater
11 | Tulsa, OK – Cox Business Convention Center – Legacy Hall
12 | Dallas, TX – Majestic Theatre
16 | Salina, KS – Stiefel Theatre
17 | Sioux City, IA – Orpheum Theatre
18 | Mankato, MN – Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center
19 | Grand Forks, ND – Alerus Center*

*rescheduled from 10/24/20, as previously announced