Mark Schultz Headlines “What Do You Give A King?”
Christmas Tour, Kicks-Off November 30
Joining him are artists Luminate, Kerrie Roberts and Karyn Williams
Platinum selling artist Mark Schultz will ring in the holiday season with his upcoming Christmas tour, “What Do You Give A King?” which kicks-off in Nashville, TN on November 30. Artists Luminate, Kerrie Roberts and Karyn Williams will join Schultz in the line-up for the “What Do You Give A King?” Christmas Tour. For more information on the tour, visit: www.MarkSchultzMusic.com.

Schultz recently released his anticipated first album in three years All Things Possible.
He continues to showcase his incredible talent of storytelling that fans and critics have widely embraced through the years. The title track of the album continues to climb the charts at radio reaching at No. 10 on Billboard Christian AC Monitored and Indicator and No. 1 at Soft AC/Inspo this week with top stations and networks including, K-LOVE, KLTY/Dallas, The Fish Nashville, LA, Atlanta, KTIS/Minneapolis, WPOZ/Orlando, JoyFM/St. Louis among many others. “All Things Possible” was inspired by Schultz’ 3,500 mile bike ride across country to raise money for widows and orphans.

“What Do You Give a King” Tour Dates:
11/30 – Nashville, TN
12/1 – Houston, TX
12/2 – Fort Worth, TX
12/7 – Johnson City, NY
12/8 – Portland, ME
12/9 – Rome, NY
12/12 – Waukee, IA
12/13 – Oconomowoc, WI
12/14 – Louisville, KY
12/15 – Charlotte, NC
12/16 – Chesterland, OH

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