Chris Tomlin’s Hollywood Bowl Show Breaks Career Attendance Record

Chris Tomlin sold out the Hollywood Bowl Saturday night, just two weeks after smashing his own attendance record as the largest ticketed Christian concert in the history of Bridgestone Arena during the third-annual ‘Good Friday Nashville’ show. The headline show, which also coincided with his birthday, is now the highest-attended concert of Chris’ career.

Saturday night’s concert was Tomlin’s first performance at the Hollywood Bowl. His concert tours include sold-out venues in several other major cities including New York City’s Madison Square Garden and Red Rocks Amphitheatre. He’ll return for two shows at Red Rocks this July, where in 2017 he became the first Christian artist to play back-to-back concerts at the historic venue.

His summer touring schedule also includes his first-ever trip and concerts in Israel, ‘Chris Tomlin Worship Nights in Israel- A Journey Through the Holy Land’, a 7-day destination/ concert event June 20-27 that will tour Galilee, the Dead Sea, Nazareth, Capernaum, Mount of Beatitudes, the Garden Tomb, and more.

Anthony Piedmonte (Piedmonte & Co, Chris’ manager), Bryan Myers (CAA), Jared Gibo (Transparent Productions), Chris Tomlin, Tim Taber (Transparent Productions), Tony Johnsen (CAA)

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