Holiday Concerts ON SALE !

It's Official!

The six city tour has been officially announced and tickets are now on sale.

Here are the links to purchases tickets

The Rubicon Theatre: 
Ventura, California
Saturday December 4th at 8pm
or call

Ticket are:
Reserved Seats: $45
Rubicon Subscribers: $35
Gold Coin Club Members: Free

142 Throckmorton Theatre: 
Mill Valley, California
Sunday December 5th at 7pm
or call

Tickets are:
$30.00 General Admission
$40.00 General Day of Show

The Magic Castle: 
Hollywood, California
Monday, December 6th
Tuesday, December 7th
Doors 6:30pm Showtime 8:00pm

There are two ways to get tickets to the Castle shows
If you are a member of the castle:

** If you are not a member call the number below
and tell them that you were invited by James
323.851.3313 ext. 303
Tickets are:
$15 for Members
$25 for Non-Members

Birdland Jazz: 
New York, New York
Sunday, December 12th at 6pm
Monday, December 13th at 7pm

Tickets to the Sunday December 12th Show
Tickets to the Monday December 13th Show

or call

Tickets are:
$45 Center Section
$35 Side Section

And various stories on

Here's the Press Release:




“A voice that fuses power with rich expression”
-NY Daily News

“James Barbour is magnetic. His voice is magnificent.”
-The Wall Street Journal

“James Barbour, oh my, this man he can sing like a dream.
-Joan Hamburg, WOR

“James Barbour has the best voice on Broadway.”
-David Richards, WOR

“This Christmas, it’s a tale of two Barbours.”

“James Barbour is a powerful presence on stage.
He is also loaded with charm as he holds court
ensuring a fun evening for the audience.”
-Huffington Post

“James Barbour is what a Broadway leading man should sound like.
He has a great resonant baritone voice and a warm friendly personality.
But what we really came to hear is his
thrilling voice that can crack an ice cube.
What a show!
-Performing Arts INSIDER

“A truly winning show.
Barbour displays matinee idol showmanship.”
-AM New York

“Mr. Barbour delivers a bravura star-making turn.”
-The Hollywood Reporter

-Time Magazine

Broadway star and vocal power house, JAMES BARBOUR, will premiere his six-city 2010 HOLIDAY CONCERT TOUR on Saturday evening, December 4 at the RUBICON THEATRE in Ventura California.

The tour will then play The 142 THROCKMORTON THEATRE in Mill Valley, CA, (Sunday, December 5), THE MAGIC CASTLE in Hollywood, CA (Monday, December 6 and Tuesday, December 7), a private Fundraiser for the American Cancer Society in Morristown, NJ (Friday, December 10), BIRDLAND JAZZ CLUB in New York City (Sunday, December 12 and Monday, December 13) and a Special Fundraiser for the Hawaii School for the Deaf and Blind at the PACIFIC CLUB in Honolulu, Hawaii (Monday, December 27th).

Each concert will feature Special Surprise Guest Stars and a program of the most exhilarating Christmas and Holiday songs in the American Song Book.

Mr. Barbour’s annual Holiday Concerts are sold-out events of vocal magic and audience exaltation.

They have become part of the entertainment landscape in New York City.

This year Mr. Barbour is taking the magic on tour.
James most recently starred in the world premiere of Nightmare Alley at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. He has also starred on Broadway in A Tale Of Two Cities(Sydney Carton) for which he was nominated for Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle andDrama League Awards for Best Actor, Carousel (Billy Bigelow), Jane Eyre (Rochester, Drama League Award Nomination), Beauty And The Beast (Beast), Urinetown (Lockstock), Assassins (Czolgosz), and Cyrano The Musical. He was part of the original National tour of The Secret Garden and starred as ʻLancelotʼ in Camelot opposite Jeremy Irons (Hollywood Bowl) and Michael York (National Tour). He co-starred in Lewis And Clark Reach The Euphrates (Mark Taper Forum), the world premiere of 20th Century (Signature Theatre) and has appeared in many other regional and Off-Broadway productions including A Tale Of Two Cities at the Asolo Theatre for which he won the Sarasota Magazine Award for Best Actor, Back From Broadway (which he also co-produced and for which he received an LA Weekly Garland Award) and he was nominated for an LA Ovation Award for The Ghost And Mrs. Muir at the NOHO Arts Center in Los Angeles. Television and Film: Alchemy, Adam Sandlerʼs Eight Crazy Nights, Ed, Sex In The City, Just Shoot Me, The District, Thatʼs Life, The Game, Some Enchanted Evening, The American Experience John And Abigail Adams. His voice can be heard on the recordings of A Gift Of Christmas, Jane Eyre, Assassins, A Tale Of Two Cities, Broadway In Concert, The Gift and the upcoming release of Frank Wildhornʼs Dracula.

The Rubicom Theatre 805-667-2900
The 142 Throckmorton Theatre 415-383-9600
The Magic Castle 323-851-3313
Birdland 212-581-3080




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