LeAnn Rimes is coming to New Braunfels for two nights of country music this weekend


After celebrating the New Year with an opening performance at the Rose Parade last month, American singer-songwriter LeAnn Rimes offers two nights of country music at Gruene Concert Hall in New Braunfels this Friday and Saturday.

Although they’re all sold out on the site, tickets for the Feb. 11-12 show are still available through StubHub and start at around $103 for general admission.

LeAnn Rimes @ Gruene Hall February 11 & 12 – Tickets



Rimes, who shot to fame as a country artist at 13 and has since crossed over into contemporary pop and Christian genres, is currently on tour in support of her upcoming 18th studio album ‘God’s Work’ due out early this year. “God’s Work,” which comes 25 years after his debut album “Blue,” will feature inspirational, faith-driven ballads that employ Rime’s soprano voice and moving lyrics.

Country powerhouse “Throw My Arms Around The World” won “Best New Artist” at age 14, making her the youngest recipient to win a Grammy Award. With a voice often compared to Patsy Cline, the Mississippi-born artist has since been honored with 12 Billboard Music Awards, two World Music Awards and has sold more than 37 million records worldwide. Rimes has also been honored multiple times for her extensive philanthropic work as a human rights and mental health advocate.

Rime’s concert will showcase his vast musical lineup, and attendees can expect to hear fan favorites such as ‘How Do I Live’ (1997) and ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ (2005) as well as tracks from his albums. more recent like “Singing: The human & the sacred” (2020).

Tickets sell out fast, so grab one now to guarantee your spot.

Before buying a ticket, consider it a indoor event at full capacity and mask optional. An inherent risk of exposure to Covid-19 exists anywhere people gather. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] recommends staying up to date on your Covid-19 vaccineswear a mask and take regular home tests to prevent transmission of the disease.


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