Mariah Carey Starts “Defrosting” For Christmas & Announces Holiday Concert Tour Dates

Christmas is coming and Mariah Carey says she’s “defrosting” and getting ready for the holiday season as she has announced a concert tour to continue the yearly tradition.

“Yes, the actual defrosting has begun! Announcing the MERRY CHRISTMAS ONE AND ALL Tour!” Carey shared on social media.

The 13-date concert tour will take her from the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, through Canada and ends at the Madison Square Garden in New York City. Tickets go on sale on October 6 and her first date is set for November 15 in Highland, California at the Yaamava Casino.

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Merry Christmas One and All! Tour Dates

November 15: Highland, California — Yaamava Casino
November 17: Los Angeles, California — Hollywood Bowl
November 21: Denver, Colorado — Ball Arena
November 24: Kansas City, Missouri — T-Mobile Center
November 27: Toronto, Ontario (Canada) — Scotiabank Arena
November 29: Montreal, Quebec (Canada) — Centre Bell
December 1: Detroit, Michigan — Little Caesars Arena
December 3: Chicago, Illinois — United Center
December 5: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — PPG Paints Arena
December 11: Boston, Massachusetts — TD Garden
December 13: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — Wells Fargo Center
December 15: Baltimore, Maryland — CFG Bank Arena
December 17: New York City, New York — Madison Square Garden

Carey is known as the queen of Christmas thanks to her hit song “All I Want for Christmas” which was first released in 1994. With the popularization of music streaming services, the song began charting and made an appearance in the top 10 in December 2017, according to Billboard.

In 2018, “All I Want for Christmas” made its way into the top 5 and a year later reigned the chart, a feat Carey has managed for four consecutive years. She spent three weeks on top in 2019, two weeks in 2020 and three weeks in 2021.

“All I Want for Christmas” also holds the record as the holiday song that’s spent the most time at No. 1 with nine weeks, as of this week. “The Chipmunk Song,” which was released in 1958, is the only other Christmas tune that comes close with four weeks at the top of the charts.

Carey reached the top of the charts last year and ended Taylor Swift’s reign at the No. 1 spot who had a six-week streak with “Anti-Hero.”

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