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‘Good Friday Nashville’ reigns as longest-running annual charity-related concert at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena; tickets available: www.goodfridaynashville.com
Worship leader Chris Tomlin is returning to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena this Friday, April 7, for his seventh annual “Good Friday Nashville” concert. The event will expand to a global audience through a livestream on YouTube and Facebook beginning at 8 p.m. ET.
Since its inception in 2017, “Good Friday Nashville” has continued to be a record-setting night with sold-out concerts, smashing attendance records as the largest ticketed Christian concert in the history of the venue. It stands as the longest-running annual charity-related concert at Bridgestone Arena. In 2020 and 2021, the concert became a virtual event due to the pandemic, allowing worldwide distribution through television and radio partners reaching 32 countries.
Best-selling author and pastor Max Lucado will return to deliver an Easter message this year. During each of the previous “Good Friday Nashville” concerts, Tomlin has surprised attendees by inviting special guests such as Rascal Flatts, Lady A, We The Kingdom, Lauren Daigle and Hillsong UNITED. This year, Blessing Offor and Jenn Johnson (Bethel Music) will perform with an additional surprise appearance expected.
“Good Friday Nashville” is promoted by Awakening Events and presented by K-LOVE, Air1, The Fish and WAY-FM.
For more information, visit www.christomlin.com, or follow him on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.