Summer shows include concerts in Israel and concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre
As one of the most successful and influential Christian performing artists today, Chris Tomlin's remarkable year of touring will continue in 2019 as he announces his fall tour, "An Evening of Worship with Chris Tomlin." The tour will launch on October 2 with 20 shows planned. Singer/songwriter Pat Barrett, who became the first artist signed to Chris' imprint record label Bowyer & Bow last year and recently celebrated his first #1 on the Christian Airplay Chart with "Build My Life," is the special guest. Tickets on sale Friday, June 28 at christomlin.com.
"Worship is so much more than just a concert and this tour is focused on bringing people back to what it is all about, the heart of worship," shared Chris. "My hope and prayer for these intimate nights is really that people encounter the living God, and leave changed after their experience."
Chris' touring year began in March with the "Holy Roar Tour" playing nearly 30 shows in six weeks. It was followed by his third-annual 'Good Friday Nashville' concert at Bridgestone Arena where he smashed his own attendance record as the largest ticketed Christian concert in the history of the venue. On May 4 Chris' sold-out headline concert at the iconic Hollywood Bowl became the highest attended concert of his career and later this month he will perform his first-ever concerts in Israel, Chris Tomlin Worship Nights in Israel- A Journey Through the Holy Land, a 7-day destination/ concert event that will tour Galilee, the Dead Sea, Nazareth, Capernaum, Mount of Beatitudes, the Garden Tomb, and more. On July 29 & 30, Chris will return for two shows to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, where in 2017 he became the first Christian artist to play sold-out back-to-back concerts at the historic venue.
"An Evening of Worship with Chris Tomlin"
Oct 2 Carmel, IN Northview Church
Oct 3 Clarkston, MI Mt. Zion Church
Oct 4 Louisville, KY Northeast Christian Church
Oct 5 Brandon, MS Pinelake Church
Oct 10 Fargo, ND Fargodome
Oct 11 Sioux Falls, SD Denny Sanford Premier Center
Oct 12 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
Oct 13 Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena
Oct 15 Jackson, TN Carl Perkins Civic Center
Oct 17 Grove City, OH Grove City Church of the Nazarene
Oct 18 Woodbridge, VA Hylton Memorial Chapel
Oct 19 Greensboro, NC Westover Church
Oct 20 Arden, NC Biltmore Baptist Church
Oct 24 Midland, TX Wagner Noel PAC
Oct 25 Corpus Christi, TX Selena Auditorium
Oct 26 Covington, IA First Baptist Church
Oct 27 Pensacola, FL Saenger Theatre
Nov 1 Richmond, KY EKU Center for the Arts
Nov 2 Troy, OH Hobart Arena
Nov 3 Toledo, OH Stranahan Theatre
Source: Schmidt Relations