All-vocal Country sensation HOME FREE rolled out the red carpet to welcome their new album TIMELESS – released 9/22 – over a jam-packed release weekend highlighted by SOLD-OUT homecoming celebration performances. 

TIMELESS is such a special album for us in a lot of different ways, and we wanted to celebrate it surrounded by our incredible fans who have been with us for years,” says Tim Foust (bass). “We took our time making this album and are so proud to share it with them, our families, and the communities of Minneapolis and Nashville that have embraced our music.”

In Nashville Monday (9/25), the group performed at the CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, while more than 23,000 fans followed along via the group’s @CMA Instagram stories takeover. TIMELESS producer Darren Rust, songwriter Arlis Albritton (co-writer, “When You Walk In”), and Straight No Chaser member/songwriter Mike Luginbill (co-writer, "It Looks Good") were in the audience, as well as friends and family who traveled from around the country for the anticipated evening. 

Saturday night (9/23) they took the stage in front of a hometown crowd at the Pantages Theatre in Minneapolis where they debuted new songs, stage design, and lighting for their electrifying live show. The TIMELESS WORLD TOUR kicks off Friday (9/29) in Boise, ID. 

Click here for more photos from Home Free’s Minneapolis TIMELESS release show. (Photo Credit: Olena Lysenko)

A standout moment of both evenings was a Q&A session from the stage, where the band took time to field audience questions and talk about the album-making process, how they develop their signature all-vocal style, and their passion and appreciation for songwriting (Foust co-wrote TIMELESS track “It Looks Good”).

Monday night’s performance was the cap of a full-tilt release tour that included stops at Fox & Friends, FOX’s After the Show Show, FOX News Radio, and Facebook Headquarters in New York City, and a nationally broadcast performance of “The Star Spangled Banner” ahead of the Minnesota Vikings/Tampa Bay Buccaneers face-off Sunday (9/24) in Minneapolis. 



29 | Boise, ID – Morrison Center (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN)

30 | Pocatello, ID – ISJ Fall Festival


1 | Spokane, WA – Fox Theatre

4 | Billings, MT – Alberta Bair Theatre (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN)

5 | Laramie, WY – Gryphon Theatre

6 | Colorado Springs, CO – Pikes Peak Performing Arts Center (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN)

7 | Rapid City, SD – Rushmore Civic Center

8 | Fort Collins, CO – Lincoln Center (SOLD OUT)

11 | Albuquerque, NM – Kiva Auditorium

12 | Hays, KS – Beach Theatre

13 | Oklahoma City, OK – Rose Hudiburg (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN)

14 | Mt. Pleasant, TX – Whatley Center (SOLD OUT)

15 | Lufkin, TX – Temple Theatre (SOLD OUT)

18 | Tucson, AZ – Fox Theatre

19 | Anaheim, CA – The Grove of Anaheim

20 | San Luis Obispo, CA – Christopher Cohan Theatre (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN)

21 | San Diego, CA – Balboa Theatre

22 | Modesto, CA – Gallo Center for the Arts 

24 | Thousand Oaks, CA – Fred Kavil Performing Arts Center

25 | Mesa, AZ – Mesa Arts Center (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN)

27 | Monterey, CA – Golden State Theatre

28 | Chico, CA – Paradise Performing Arts Center (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN)

29 | Napa, CA – Uptown Theatre


1 | Bellingham, WA – Mount Baker Theatre

2 | Tacoma, WA – Pantages Theatre

3 | Salem, OR – Elsinore Theater

4 | Stateline, NV – Stateline State Room

29 | Rochester, MN – Mayo Civic Center (SOLD OUT) *

30 | Salina, KS – Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts (SOLD OUT) *


1 | Mason City, IA – North Iowa Area Community College (SOLD OUT) *

2 | Branson, MO – The Mansion Theatre *

3 | Des Moines, IA – Des Moines Civic Center (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN) *

6 | Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theatre *

7 | Louisville, KY – Brown Theatre (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN) *

8 | DeKalb, IL – Egyptian Theatre *

9 | Kalamazoo, MI – State Theatre (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN) *

10 | Midland, MI – Midland Center for the Arts *

13 | Peoria, IL – Peoria Civic Center *

14 | Ann Arbor, MI – Michigan Theatre *

15 | Troy, OH – Hobart Arena (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN) *

16 | Henderson, KY – Preston Arts Center (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN) *

17 | El Dorado, AR – South Arkansas Performing Arts Center *

19 | Houston, TX – Cullen Performance Hall *

20 | Mobile, AL – Saenger Theatre *

21 | Montgomery, AL – Montgomery Performing Arts Center *

22 | Huntsville, AL – Von Braun Center (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN) *

23 | Atlanta, GA – Atlanta Symphony Hall (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN) *

31 I Morton, MN – Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel 

MARCH 2018

13 | Conway, AR – University of Central Arkansas (NOT MANY TICKETS REMAIN)

MAY 2018

8 | Manhattan, KS – McCain Auditorium


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About Home Free:

Since being crowned NBC’s The Sing-Off victors, all-vocal quintet Home Free has made their mark on the music scene selling more than 250,000 copies combined of their popular albums, embarking on four major national tours and amassing over 178 million YouTube views. In 2016, FULL OF (EVEN MORE) CHEER – an expanded version of their popular holiday album, FULL OF CHEER – debuted at #2 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, cementing the band as Country music’s top all-vocal entertainers. The release of their third studio album, COUNTRY EVOLUTION, elevated the band “from auxiliary entertainment to headlining attraction” (Times Leader) and hit #4 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. Produced by Darren Rust, the deluxe version includes five originals and nine new renditions of hit songs that showcase the band’s undeniable talents, tight harmonies and intelligent arrangements that are uniquely their own. Home Free’s breakout debut album CRAZY LIFE (2014) hit #1 on iTunes Country chart and #4 overall. Their latest project TIMELESS hit shelves September 22. Founded in 2000 during collegiate years, the five-man band from Minnesota has been electrifying crowds with their live show for nearly a decade, performing together for packed audiences at major festivals, fairs, colleges and theatres. Their extensive touring and reputation as extraordinary showmen has built a loyal fanbase while bringing their homegrown Country style into the national spotlight.