Chris Tomlin will hold his second annual Good Friday Nashville concert on Friday, March 30, 2018 at Bridgestone Arena. Good Friday Nashville special guests include Kim Walker Smith of Jesus Culture, Matt Maher, Christine D’Clario, Tauren Wells and Pat Barrett who will all perform on stage with Tomlin throughout the night. Author and pastor Levi Lusko will speak. Tickets for this year’s event go on sale Thurs., Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. CT.
This year, Tomlin will again partner with and donate net proceeds from the concert event to Tennessee Kids Belong (TKB), the state chapter of national non-profit, America’s Kids Belong, and highlight Governor Haslam’s TN Fosters Initiative.
“What an amazing opportunity to bring our Nashville community together on this important day to remember the beautiful gift of hope we have all been given because of the selfless sacrifice of Jesus,” said Tomlin. “I was completely blown away at our inaugural Good Friday Nashville show last year to see the power of unity and know what that can do. It left me with an even greater desire to continue it and spread that same feeling of hope and love to the community of those in need like the children in our foster care system here in Tennessee and supporting those foster care families.”
The inaugural Good Friday Nashville in 2017 became the largest ticketed Christian concert in the venue’s history. Due to the overwhelming response and impact in the community, Tomlin has committed to performing the yearly concert event indefinitely and is currently holding the venue through 2024.