‘K-LOVE Christmas & Chris Tomlin Present: "Christmas Songs of Worship" ’ live online Saturday, Dec. 12
As one of the most successful touring artists in Christian music today, Grammy Award-winner Chris Tomlin will bring Christmas joy into homes everywhere with “K-LOVE Christmas & Chris Tomlin Present: ‘Christmas Songs of Worship’ ” Christmas special on Saturday, Dec. 12 (9 p.m. EST). The 90-minute full-band, full-production concert will be streamed on Stabal’s global platform, a leader in the digital space with on-demand live performance and creative content. The concert features guests We The Kingdom and Pat Barrett. People are invited to experience the night one time or opt in for a 30-day pass, which features bonus content. Tickets are available at www.christomlin.com. Watch a clip HERE.
“For the past decade, I have spent the better part of the Christmas season on the road, traveling from city to city on a Christmas tour. This year I was sure that we wouldn't be able to make that happen in light of COVID-19, but God had a different plan,” Tomlin said. “Together with my friends at K-LOVE and Awakening Events, we found a way to take my annual ‘Christmas Songs of Worship’ concert around the world. I am so grateful that, while we can’t physically be together, our hearts can come together to worship the Savior of the world.”
The concert was filmed at the historic and beautifully restored Franklin Theater in Franklin, Tennessee, and includes some of Tomlin’s favorite traditional songs of the season, as well as originals from his Christmas albums. Among them, “Miracle Of Love” written about the new baby girl his family is expecting this December. Recently, Tomlin premiered the song’s music video exclusively on Facebook, making him the first artist in the Christian genre to do so. He now joins the likes of Bon Jovi, Katy Perry, Chris Stapleton, Carrie Underwood and other A-list artists who have also accomplished this feat.
“So many Christmas traditions are going to look different this year for families around the world, but I am so grateful for the opportunity to create a new tradition together, made uniquely for 2020,” Tomlin said. “So gather your loved ones on the couch, make some hot cocoa and join me in an experience and a moment we will never forget.”
To find out more about how one can access exclusive opportunities to watch behind the scenes content, see surprise guests, and experience the Christmas special concert multiple times, go to christomlin.com for more information.
The “KLOVE Christmas & Chris Tomlin Present: ‘Christmas Songs of Worship’ ” is promoted by Awakening Events, which has enjoyed a 15-year touring relationship with the artist.
“Miracle Of Love” is the title track from Chris’ “Miracle Of Love: Christmas Songs of Worship” EP released in October. Get the EP HERE.
The Dec. 12 concert ends an eventful year for Tomlin. 2020 launched with the transition of his annual “Good Friday Nashville” concert into a global radio and television event. “Good Friday – Worldwide with Chris Tomlin and Max Lucado” was simulcast with radio partners K-LOVE, Air1 and 30 additional stations across the U.S. and was seen and heard in over 32 countries. In the spring, Tomlin was asked to join Reba, Hillary Scott and Keith Urban on Thomas Rhett’s “Be A Light,” released at the start of the global pandemic to offer hope and spread love. Tomlin received his first-ever CMA award nomination for his participation in the song and made his debut appearance at the show to perform it with Thomas. In August, he released “Chris Tomlin & Friends,” a 13-song project featuring him with some of today’s biggest country music artists and more, debuting it at No. 1 on Billboard’s Christian albums chart.
To launch the new music, Tomlin performed “Thank You Lord” with Thomas and executive producers Florida Georgia Line on “Today” and “Late Night with James Corden.” The album contains his 17th No. 1 single, “Who You Are To Me” feat. Lady A, which has reigned at the top position for six consecutive weeks making it Tomlin’s second-longest-running No. 1 after his 14-week rule with “Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies).” Earlier this month, he performed with Lady A and Russell Dickerson on the Grand Ole Opry.