The Canadian World Music band Sultans of String have launched their annual Christmas Caravan tour across Canada with a few stops in the northern United States. The tour will also feature some special guest appearances at some of the tour stops.

Sultans of String Christmas Caravan tour dates:
Nov 24 at the Utopia Hall in Utopia, ON
Nov 25 at the Registry Theatre in Kitchener, ON – two shows
Nov 29 at the Pynelogs Cultural Centre in Invermere BC
Dec 1 at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook, BC
Dec 2 at the McKim Theatre in Kimberley, BC
Dec 3 at the Goden Civic Center in Golden, BC
Dec 4 at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail, BC
Dec 5 at the Centennial Theatre in Vancouver, BC
Dec 7 at the ACT Arts Centre in Maple Ridge, BC
Dec 12 at the Regent Theatre in Picton, ON
Dec 13 at the Flato Markham Theatre in Markham, ON
Dec 14 at the College Boreal Concert Hall in Sudbury, ON
Dec 15 at the J.M. Ennis Auditorium in Welland, ON
Dec 16 at the Aeolian Hall in London, ON
Dec 17 at the Academy Theatre in Lindsay, ON
Dec 18 at the NAC Studio Theatre in Ottawa, ON
Dec 19 at the Stone Church Center in Bellows Falls, VT
Dec 20 at Infinity Hall in Norfolk, CT
Dec 21 at the Chester Concerts in Stroudsburg, PA
Dec 22 a live broadcast at the Extended Play Sessions in Boston, MA
Dec 23 at the Catherine Cummings Theatre in Cazenovia, NY

Other Sultans of String tour dates:
Jan 5 & 6 at APAP in New York City, NY
Jan 24 at the Pure Life Studios in La Grange, GA
Jan 25 at the Mudville Music Room in Jacksonville, FL
Jan 26 at the Sandhill Stage I Gainesville, FL
Jan 27 & 28 at the Fripp Island Community Center in Fripp Island, SC
Jan 31 at the Edison Ford Winter Estates in Fort Meyers, FL
Feb 1 at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center in Cutler Bay, FL – two shows
Feb 2 at the Arts Garage in Delray Beach, FL
Feb 22 & 23 at the Calgary Philharmonic in Calgary, AB
March 9 at the Catskill Symphony Orchestra in Oneonta, NY
April 6 at the Black River Valley Concerts in Lowville, NY
July 18 at the Bancroft Village Playhouse in Bancroft, ON
July 24 at the MacPherson House in Napanee, ON – this is a young audiences show