Branden and James, Effie Passero Debut Holiday Show at The Palm

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Puerto Vallarta favorites BRANDEN & JAMES along with PV royalty Effie Passero (PostModern Jukebox & American Idols) will debut their Christmas show at The Palm Cabaret in Puerto Vallarta after their sold-out tour in the United States last season.

The three powerhouse performers will present classic Christmas songs such as “All I Want For Christmas Is You”, “O Holy Night”, “White Christmas”, “The Prayer”, as well as some lesser-known carols and feel good hits.

You can catch the show on Dec. 22, Dec. 23. and Dec. 26. Tickets can be purchased on The Palm’s website here.

Branden is a singer with training in opera. James is a trained pianist and cellist from Australia. Not only are they in harmony on stage, they are also partners in life.

In a story with the Banderas News, they said that “over the past few years, they have made international appearances in Australia, Dubai, Havana Cuba, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, and Vancouver BC. Stateside, they have continued their success with debuts at The Art House in Provincetown, The Purple Room, Martini’s Above 4th, 54 Below in New York City and performing arts centers across the United States. Having gained worldwide recognition for their breathtaking talent, Branden & James continue to amaze audiences wherever they go.”

Effie Passero was a finalist on American Idol and recently was the star of the PostModern Jukebook tour.

If you miss these shows you can catch Branden & James in their new show at The Palm, Disney & Divos. Disney & Divos will be at The Palm Jan 5, 9, 12, 26, Feb 2 & 4 at 6 pm and Jan 24 & 31 at 8 pm.

Branden & James in Disney & Divos

The Palm Cabaret and Bar is located at 508 Olas Altas in the heart of the Puerto Vallarta Romantic Zone. Tickets can be purchased at the venue’s box office, which opens daily at 11:00 am, or online at

For more information call 322-222-0200, visit their website, or follow The Palm Cabaret and Bar PVR on Facebook.

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