Casting Crowns Extends Very Next Thing Tour Into 2018

Casting Crowns returns to the road in 2018 for the final leg of its The Very Next Thing Tour, featuring special guest I AM THEY. Presented by Compassion International, the 30-city spring leg of “The Very Next Thing” Tour will run from March to early May of 2018, with tickets going on sale Friday in most markets. The tour has hit 100 major markets since Fall 2016, resulting in multiple sold-out performances and an overall attendance topping 435,000, making it the most-attended Crowns tour since 2008.

The Very Next Thing Tour supports Casting Crowns’ current studio album, The Very Next Thing (Beach Street/Reunion), the group’s 15th release and eighth studio album since its label debut in 2003. With more than 10 million records sold, Casting Crowns has held the position of Billboard’s top-selling act in Christian music since 2007. The band is currently wrapping up a holiday arena tour, A Glorious Christmas, with for KING & COUNTRY. They also just received a seventh Grammy nomination, and have generated 100,000 child sponsorships through their concerts.

The Very Next Thing Tour – Spring 2018
* Dates and markets subject to change without notice
March 8 – Macon, GA
March 9 – Florence, SC
March 10 – Norfolk, VA
March 15  – Huntington, WV
March 16 – Bourbonnais, IL
March 17 – Effingham, IL
March 18 – Wisconsin Dells, WI
March 20 – Rochester, MN
March 22 – TBD
March 23 – Park City, KS
March 24 – Longview, TX
March 29 – TBD
March 30 – Paducah, KY
April 5 – TBD
April  6 – Andrews, TX
April 7 – TBD
April 8 – McAlester, OK
April 12 – Knoxville, TN
April 13 – Hixson, TN
April 14 – Farmington, MO
April 19 – Mandeville, LA
April 20 – Tuscaloosa, AL
April 21 – Albany, GA
April 26 – Poughkeepsie, NY
April 27 – Augusta, ME
April 28 – Lowell, MA
April 29 – Charlottesville, VA
May 3 – TBD
May 4 – Wheeling, WV
May 5 – Owensboro, KY

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