On Good Friday (April 15), globally recognized Christian artist Chris Tomlin took over Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for his annual “Good Friday Nashville” show. The night was also exclusively premiered live on Facebook.
Tomlin delivered a powerful worship experience as he celebrated the historic return of the annual concert event after a two-year in person hiatus due to the pandemic. The two-and-a-half-hour concert never saw Tomlin leave the stage but did feature a variety of surprise performers, including Hillsong United and Katy Nichole, as well as multi-Platinum trio Lady A.
Friday night’s show also featured a prayer from Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, a choir from Tennessee State University, and pastor, speaker and best-selling author Max Lucado, who delivered an Easter message.
Tomlin’s live performance of his new single “Always” from the Good Friday concert was released as the first of five music videos premiering exclusively on Facebook.
“Good Friday Nashville” 2023 is set for April 7 with tickets on sale here.
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