You’ve heard all the Christmas classics.
In fact, you may even be one of those people that gets upset when you hear “Jingle Bells” in November.
That’s where Pentatonix comes in.
The vocally-gifted a cappella group reimagines holiday standards you’ve known your whole life, like Silent Night” or “Feliz Navidad,” making them feel unique and familiar all at once.
On their upcoming 22-concert “A Christmas Spectacular,” the quintet will take their fresh sound to arenas all over North America to spread holiday cheer in a way only they can.
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Pentatonix’s new album
In the spirit of keeping things fresh, Pentatonix released a new album, “Holidays Around The World,” this October.
The 12-track album features re-workings of classic tunes like “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” and “Last Christmas,” as well as original cuts including “Kid On Christmas” and “Star On Top.”
Plus, Scott Hoying, Kirstin Maldonado, Mitch Grassi, Kevin Olusola, and Matt Sallee brought along a bit of extra talent this time around too.
Meghan Trainor, Lang Lang, Grace Lokwa, Hiba Tawaji, Lea Salonga and many more contributed to the record.
Pentatonix shook up a few other elements in the recording studio as well.
“There’s a lot of instrumentation. There are a lot of featured vocalists and guests. There’s a lot of world influence,” vocalist Mitch Grassi told Broadway World.
“Pentatonix: Around The World For The Holidays” Disney+ special
In addition to the new album and tour, Pentatonix is also releasing a Disney+ special called “Pentatonix: Around The World For The Holidays,” highlighting songs they played on their 2021 “Evergreen Christmas Tour.”
The story within the special is simple — Pentatonix struggles to find inspiration for their annual holiday album. With time getting tight, the five are accidentally trapped in a “magic mailroom.”
Using Disney magic, Pentatonix is whisked on a global tour introducing audiences to holiday traditions from Tokyo, Grenada, Ghana, Mexico, and Iceland, where they learn the true meaning of Christmas along the way.
In the concert film, Pentatonix used extended reality technology to virtually visit countries like Japan, where they’d play on rooftops remotely because of COVID concerns.
That combination of culture and music inspired the group’s international flavor on the 2022 album.
“Let’s take these songs and expand on them,” Matt Sallee told Broadway World. “Let’s reach out to the artists around the world and just really dive in that way.”
Pentatonix opening act on tour
At all shows, Pentatonix will be bringing along the a cappella trio Girl Named Tom, made up of siblings Caleb, Joshua and Bekah Liechty.
The group, which has a warm, classical sound, competed on Season 21 of NBC’s “The Voice.”
They are the first trio to win the long-running competition series.
Their new Christmas album, “One More Christmas,” is out now.
Christmas tours in 2022
As the early days of sweater weather turn into full-on fall and winter, the seasonal soundtrack changes too.
Now that “Monster Mash” is out and “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” has become one of the many November/December anthems, major artists are giving the gift of quick Christmas tours over the next two months.
Here are just five of our favorite concert tours that will fill you with holiday joy.
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