NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 7 , 2020 — John Berry, a GRAMMY® winning singer/songwriter helped kick off the Christmas season and ignite the holiday spirit in Gallatin, Tennessee with his performance of “My Heart Is Bethlehem” for the annual Christmas Tree lighting in the Historic Downtown Square on Friday December 4th. The virtual event was live streamed and can be viewed on Facebook at facebook.com/gallatingov. Additional performances by the Station Camp Elementary, Gallatin High School and Union Stem Elementary School entertained viewers along with the official lighting of the tree by Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown as well as an appearance by Santa.
Berry will embark on his 2020 24th Annual Christmas Songs and Stories Tour on December 12th at The Palace Theatre in Gallatin with an evening performance. 2020 has brought many new challenges to the touring industry, but he is determined to bring the joy of live music and the much needed Christmas spirit to as many fans as possible. Buy tickets and get more information for the 24th Annual Christmas Songs and Stories Tour at johnberry.com/tour.
“I have looked forward to this tour each year, but coming into this Christmas season, having overcome a major hurdle in my life and now with Covid-19 crippling the touring industry, it has given me even more reasons to want to share God’s most precious gift, Jesus, with audiences through Christmas Songs and Stories,” shares John Berry.
2021 will celebrate the Silver Anniversary of the Christmas Songs and Stories Tour commemorating with plans for a bigger and better enhanced performance.
“There is not a more beautiful and emotionally powerful voice in music than that of John Berry.” stated Lorianne Crook, Crook & Chase.
John Berry is known for his seasonal fan favorite holiday performances which are filled with traditional Christmas songs, including his incredible version of “O Holy Night,” many of his most requested hit songs, and a few of his childhood stories sprinkled in.
2020 24th Annual Christmas Songs and Stories Tour Dates:
12-12-20 – Gallatin, TN – The Palace Theatre
12-15-20 – Jeffersonville, IN – Jeffersonville Plaza
12-16-20 – Athens, GA – The Classic Center
12-18-20 – Bremen, GA – Mill Town Music Hall
12-19-20 – Macon, GA – The Macon Civic Auditorium
12-20-20 – Dothan, AL – Dothan Civic Center Arena