Palm Trees to Christmas Trees
I woke up this morning to a burst of cold air, the kind of cold that we don’t usually see in Nashville until late December and early January. It was a bit of culture shock having just returned from sunny and warm Las Vegas.
It was a great week in Las Vegas with a new client, but we are trading in the palm trees for Christmas trees literally. November and December have always been a busy time for our company. Several of our artists are known for their Christmas brands, so each year we put on the hot cocoa and the Christmas music a bit early to get in the spirit. We are finishing up set fabrication and final touches before two of our Christmas tours begin rehearsal this week.
Christmas Is Coming
Amy and Vince will be featured for 12 shows at the Historic Ryman Auditorium and for those that have seen this show, it is quintessential Christmas and a great tradition for those to come and even those of us that participate. I love ending the year with these two legends on one of the greatest stages in the world.
In addition to Amy and Vince, Keith and Kristyn Getty will take, Sing! An Irish Christmas, on the road in what has become a tradition in markets across the US including the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Carnegie Hall in New York City, Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs, and ending at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville. Two very different brands but two equally festive evenings of music and Christmas celebration.
Pass The Eggnog
So while we love Las Vegas and the palm trees, we are happy to trade them in for Christmas trees and twinkle lights everywhere. Here’s to hoping some snowflakes come our way early.
As you look ahead to 2019 we hope to work with you but for now enjoy the moments that are to come over the next five weeks. Someone pass the eggnog…
Justin serves as the President and CEO for Streamline Event Agency. With over 20 years of experience in entertainment and events, his passion is creating and executing events for our clients while developing new client relationships. Justin and his wife Wendi have been married since 2001. They reside in Franklin, TN, with their 3 children and 2 dogs. On his downtime, he can be found creating culinary delights for his family or cheering on his favorite teams.