'Good Friday Nashville' 2020 set for Friday, April 10, 2020 and to be held at arena through 2024
Grammy® Award winner Chris Tomlin SOLD-OUT his headline third annual 'Good Friday Nashville' concert this past Friday, April 19 at Nashville, TN's Bridgestone Arena. The concert benefited Tennessee Kids Belong, a statewide nonprofit who helps children and families in the foster care system. The show featured best-selling author Max Lucado and special guests Tauren Wells and Pat Barrett.
"We were so humbled by the embrace and reaction for the Good Friday concert!" shared Chris in a statement. "I could think of no better weekend, no better night, than Good Friday and Easter weekend to come together in worship as a community."
Chris has committed to hosting the 'Good Friday' concerts indefinitely and currently has Bridgestone on hold through 2024. To have a lasting impact on Nashville and the state of Tennessee, each year's concert will give back to the community. 'Good Friday Nashville' 2020 is set for Friday, April 10, 2020.
'Good Friday Nashville' is produced by Awakening Events and is presented by K-LOVE, Air1, The Fish and WAY-FM.
Before Friday's show in Nashville, Chris wrapped up his 27-city spring "Holy Roar Tour" which took place in Kansas City, Missouri at the Sprint Center. The tour launched just as his new live album Holy Roar: Live From Church became available on March 15.
Source: Schmidt Relations