The five-piece vocal group Home Free plans to go on yet another long Christmas tour across the United States beginning later in 2022. During December, they will make note stops on their Family Christmas Tour in cities such as Denver, Joliet, Royal Oak, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Nashville, and Dallas. Special guests Texas Hill, Brooke Eden, Abby Anderson, Ernie Halter, and Caroline Jones will join the tour on select dates. Before embarking on this tour, the band will be finishing off their Road Sweet Road Tour in the fall, and Maggie Baugh will be providing support for them.
On June 25, 2021, under their own Home Free Records label, Home Free released their 13th studio album, “Land of the Free.” The new album is the follow-up to 2020’s ‘Warmest Winter,’ which featured guest performances by Rachel Wammack, Alabama, and Striking Matches and reached #37 on Billboard’s Country chart. The band kicked off their Warmest Winter Tour the following year, which took place throughout the winter months and coincided with the Christmas season. They first gained widespread attention in 2013, when they triumphed in the fourth season of NBC’s The Sing-Off, and have been at the top ever since.
Home Free: The Rockapella Years and Beyond
When the boys who would later create Home Free were starting, all they wanted was to be a member of a cappella group, one of the most well-known groups in the genre. They had a good time playing music together and participating in the various community events they participated in. Not even they could have imagined this would be the beginning of a successful career. As they went through lineup changes and matured as a group, they developed their distinctive sound and voice, contributing to their rising popularity. They were already doing very well for themselves.
Still, their victory on The Song-Off pushed them into the worldwide limelight, which allowed them to garner a more extensive following in the United States and followers in other countries worldwide. They started playing little gigs in the United States, but now they are headlining their world tour and have records that are charting on various music websites. They have unquestionably exceeded their initial goal of sounding like Rockapella.
Home Free Vocal Band may have an unforgettable moment from floor seats. At live performances, floor and front row seats are sometimes among the most costly tickets. Tickets for Home Free Vocal Band could cost as much as $1,000 if they are in the first row or the center stage area.
Who are Home Free, and what is their setlist?
Although Home Free’s performances can differ depending on the venue, the below songs will most likely be included in their setlist:
· Life Is a Highway
· Ring of Fire
· My Church
· It Looks Good
· Castle on the Hill
· Butts Medley
· Try Everything
· Adam Rupp Drum Solo
· When You Walk In
· Champagne Taste (On a Beer Budget)
· Hillbilly Bone
· Love Train
What is the cost of tickets for Home Free?
The prices of Home Free tickets sold on the secondary market are subject to change based on various factors. Tickets for Home Free may typically be purchased for as little as $15.00, with the price naturally falling between $80.00 and $90.00.
How long do the Home Free concerts typically go on?
A concert may take anywhere from two to three hours, depending on the headliner, any support acts, and whether or not there will be an encore. Concerts presented by Home Free typically last around 1.25 hours.
Where can I purchase tickets for Home Free?
Tickets for Home Free may be purchased from StubHub, Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Livenation, Vividseats, SeatGeek, and Viagigo, allowing you to witness the show for yourself.
Home Free Family Christmas Tour Dates 2022:
01 – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater with Ernie Halter and Brooke Eden
02 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre with Ernie Halter and Brooke Eden
03 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre with Ernie Halter and Brooke Eden
04 – Kearney, NE – Viaero Center with Ernie Halter, Brooke Eden, and Texas Hill
06 – Salina, KS – Stiefel Theatre with Texas Hill and Caroline Jones
07- Branson, MO – The Mansion Theatre with Texas Hill and Caroline Jones
08 – Joliet, IL – Rialto Square with Texas Hill and Caroline Jones
09 – Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre with Texas Hill and Caroline Jones
10- Troy, OH – Hobart Arena with Texas Hill and Abby Anderson
13 – La Crosse, WI – La Crosse Center with Texas Hill and Abby Anderson
14 – Davenport, IA – RiverCenter – Adler Theatre with Texas Hill and Abby Anderson
15 – Ames, IA – Stephens Auditorium with Texas Hill and Abby Anderson
16 – Brookings, SD – Swiftel Center with Texas Hill and Abby Anderson
17 – Fargo, ND – Scheels Arena with Texas Hill and Abby Anderson
18 – Mankato, MN – Mayo Clinic Health Systems Event Center (MCHS) with Texas Hill and Abby Anderson
20 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theatre with Texas Hill and Brooke Eden
21 – Kalamazoo, MI – Kalamazoo State Theatre with Texas Hill and Brooke Eden
22 – Indianapolis, IN – The Murat Theatre at Old National Centre with Texas Hill and Brooke Eden
23 – Nashville, TN – The Ryman Auditorium with Texas Hill, Brooke Eden, Caroline Jones, Abby Anderson, and more!
28 – Stafford, TX – Stafford Centre with Texas Hill
29 – San Antonio, TX – Tobin Center with Texas Hill
30 – Dallas, TX – Majestic Theater with Texas Hill
31 – Dallas, TX – Majestic Theater with Texas Hill
In 2000, young friends and brothers came together to start the acapella group Home Free as a fun hobby. However, the group ended up developing into something much more than that: a show group. Before appearing on the 2013 season of NBC’s The Sing-Off, the group traveled throughout the United States, performing approximately 200 gigs annually. After winning the competition with a cappella rendition of Hunter Hayes’s “I Want Crazy,” Home Free was awarded a recording deal with Sony and the sum of one hundred thousand dollars.
Their first album to be published under the terms of their agreement with Sony came out in February 2014. The song “Crazy Life” peaked at number 8 on the country charts in the United States and number 40 on the Billboard Hot 200. Since then, they have distributed an additional four studio albums, of which three debuted within the Top 10 of the US Country charts and all of which debuted within the Top 100 of the Billboard Hot 200 charts, respectively.