UPDATE: Chris Tomlin will return to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for ‘Good Friday Nashville’ scheduled on Friday, April 15, 2022. Get Tickets Here.
Chris says, “My desire for these ‘Good Friday’ concerts is to open the doors to everyone in the community to join together to praise God and to feel the power that as an army of God’s people we can achieve great change.”
Chris is continuing his commitment to impact Nashville and the state of Tennessee with each ‘Good Friday Nashville’ concert by again donating proceeds to the foster care and adoption crisis.
As in all prior ‘Good Friday Nashville’ concerts, where Chris welcomed surprise appearances by artists such as Hilary Scott (Lady Antebellum), Rascal Flatts and Lauren Daigle, plans for this year’s surprise appearance will be just as momentous.
Since its inception in 2017 ‘Good Friday Nashville’ has increased its momentum all four years. The inaugural show in became the largest ticketed Christian concert in the history of Bridgestone Arena and in 2018 the demand for tickets forced open additional seating. Last year, Chris smashed his own previous attendance record set in 2017. Chris has committed to host the yearly concert indefinitely, currently holding Bridgestone through 2024.
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