Christian artist Lauren Daigle opens up about how lockdown taught her to appreciate “rest and stillness” as she promotes her upcoming Christmas concert.
The Grammy award-winning artist Lauren Daigle has just revealed her upcoming holiday concert titled “Christmas Under the Stars.” Her first concert after her tour was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be held on Sunday, December 13.
In an interview with The Christian Post to promote her Christmas concert, she also talked about what lockdown has taught her.
“I have had to look at the things that make me feel frantic and frenzied. And realize that rest and stillness are a thing of beauty,” Lauren said.
After what we all have been through this year, Lauren reminded us to refocus on hope and joy this Christmas.
“This season gives incredible space for reflection and can welcome in simplicity,” she added. “After this year, I think I need the wonderful reminder of Christmas to refocus on hope and joy.”
“Christmas Under the Stars”
“Christmas Under the Stars” is brought by BYUtv in partnership with Kaleidoscope Pictures. The concert will be featuring Lauren singing Christmas classic jingles including “Jingle Bells,” “Little Drummer Boy,” “White Christmas,” and “O Holy Night.”
“There are few things that I love more than music and Christmas! Growing up in Louisiana, I was in love with the jazz music that permeated the streets of New Orleans,” she said. “When we were originally recording Behold: A Christmas Collection, I wanted to honor those roots, so those sounds really inspired the album.”
This is Lauren’s first concert since her world tour in March and she’s excited about this!
“One really special aspect of filming this was being able to get back together with my team,” Lauren said. “We hadn’t seen each other since pausing the Lauren Daigle World Tour in March. Being with them all again, singing these songs of hope and light, meant so much. It is sweet to think back on it now that the Christmas season is actually here!”