Mariah Carey Teases 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' European Tour: Watch

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Mariah Carey performs at the 81st Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Pre-Tape at Rockefeller Center on Dec. 3, 2013 in New York City. 

Mariah Carey released a video on on Friday morning (Sept. 28) announcing that tickets for her European All I Want For Christmas Is You concerts are now on sale. With sleigh bells ringing, a plate of cookies and a roaring fire illuminating a decked-out Christmas tree, Carey did a slow chair turn and laughed, "who were you expecting?" as she smiled and cuddled one of her dogs while "All I Want" blasted in the background.

This is the sixth time Carey is embarking on the annual Christmas tour and the second time she's take it to Europe. If this round of concerts is anything like previous ones, it’ll be an elaborate and festive holiday display filled with classic hits, lights, Christmas trees, kids choirs and, of course, Santa Claus.

Carey’s 11-date tour begins on Dec. 1 at Sormarka Arena in Norway and concludes on Dec. 17 at WiZink Arena in Spain. A limited number of enhanced experience tickets are available for select tour dates; click here for ticket information.

A full list of upcoming All I Want For Christmas Is You dates and announcement video can be found below.

 

 

MARIAH CAREY – ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU TOUR – EUROPE 2018

Dec. 1 - Stavanger, Norway - Sormarka Arena

Dec. 3 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Scandinavium‚Äč

Dec. 4 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Royal Arena

Dec. 5 - Berlin, German - Mercdes-Benz Arena

Dec. 7 - Paris, France - Accorhotels Arena

Dec. 9 - Nottingham, GB - Motorpoint Arena

Dec. 10 - Leeds, GB - First Direct Arena

Dec. 11 - London, GB - O2 Arena

Dec. 13 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Ziggo Dome

Dec. 14 - Brussels, Belgium - Forest National

Dec. 17 - Madrid, Spain - Wizink Arena


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