Chris Tomlin will hold his third annual Good Friday Nashville concert on Friday, April 19 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.
Author Max Lucado returns as speaker and special guests are Tauren Wells and Pat Barrett. The concert will again benefit Tennessee Kids Belong, a statewide nonprofit who help children and families in the foster care system.
“When my family moved to Nashville years ago I knew I wanted to do something to bring all the different streams of the churches together and I could think of no better weekend, no better night, than Good Friday and Easter weekend,” said Tomlin. “Something really unique about this night is that the event benefits Tennessee Kids Belong, an incredible organization that supports foster care and adoption around the state of Tennessee. So not only are we gathering together to worship God on Good Friday but the ripple effect that this has for so many kids in our backyard is incredible.”
Good Friday Nashville tickets are available at goodfridaynashville.com.
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