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2022 Tour Dates

BRANDEN & JAMES are thrilled to announce new 2022 tour dates. Fresh off their successful Midwestern tour in Fall 2021, the classical-crossover musical duo, announce new 2022 tour dates.

Their first stop will take them back to The Villages, Florida on January 22nd, where they previously played in early 2019. Produced by concert impresario, and crossover Tenor, Fernando Varela at Victory Productions, they will play just one night at The Savannah Center in The Villages, Florida. Shortly after, they will return to Mexico for their annual residency at The Palm Cabaret in Puerto Vallarta from February 15th-March 3rd, 2022. They will also head over to the community of Lake Chapala just outside Guadalajara to play annual concerts for the Lake Chapala Society on February 20th, 2022.

March, April & May of 2022 will see the pair criss-crossing the USA with scheduled shows in California, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Washington & Wyoming. On April 7th, 2022, they will make their debut at The Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton, California.

They will spend most of the summer abroad in Europe with several different cruise lines: Brand G Vacations, Silversea Cruiselines, Azamara, and others.

They plan to tour Australia in Fall, 2022, and record a follow-up album to their successful Christmas debut, “A Christmas Gift,” with producer Carlos Santana in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

December will take them back to Europe where they will stop in London to play at famed West End cabaret venue, Crazy Coqs, and then continue onto Vienna and Germany to play holiday inspired shows at the world-renowned European Christmas Markets. They’ll finish off 2022 with performances on luxury cruise line Seabourn in The Caribbean.

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