Sarah Brightman, the English classical crossover soprano singer songwriter dance and musician, has revealed that she will push back her North American leg of Hymn tour which was supposed to take place in 2020. The singer delayed her North American portion of the tour due to coronavirus pandemic. The singer will be on tour to promote her latest album Hymn.
The British singer will now set out on her rescheduled tour in November. The 12 city trek will kick off on 26 November 2021 in Bethlehem. Starting in Bethlehem the tour will extend into December and will explore places like Atlantic City, Nashville, Sarasota, Atlanta and others.
Sarah Brightman originally commenced her tour in 2019 with a view to exploring North America, South America, Asia, Mexico and Europe. But could not quite finish the tour and had to postpone the tour for 2020 due to covid-19 outbreak. She is now all set for 2021 as she delayed her tour until 2021 for the safety and health issue.
The soprano singer has released her 12th studio album Hymn in November 9, 2018 via Decca records. The album is the follow up of 2013’s album which was the career best for the singer and reached # 17 on the Billboard 200. Sarah Brightman went on a massive tour with her super hit 2013’s release.
The North American leg of Hymn tour starts in November 26, 2021 and stretches into December 14, 2021. In this trek Sarah Brightman will hit the US market with her songs. Fans and Audience have to wait till 2021 to see Sarah performing for them. The singer is looking forward to the shows. The tickets are on sale. Catch Sarah Brightman live on the following dates and stops.
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