After having to postpone the annual event due to the global pandemic, GRAMMY award-winning artist Chris Tomlin is thrilled to announce the return of the Good Friday Nashville concert to Bridgestone Arena on Friday, April 15, 2022. Since its inception in 2017 Good Friday Nashville has sold out each year, smashing attendance records by becoming the largest ticketed Christian concert in the history of the venue and continuing to accomplish similar feats each year. Plans are currently in place for Chris to continue the Good Friday concerts indefinitely. Tickets are available now by clicking here.
“After two years of having to worship together virtually due to COVID, I am so excited to be coming back to Bridgestone Arena, live and in person, for Good Friday Nashville,” shared Chris. “What an incredible opportunity to gather again as a church and as a local community to remember the hope we have in Jesus because of His sacrifice on the cross.”
Good Friday Nashville benefits the foster care and adoption crisis through For Others, a non-profit foundation created by Tomlin and his wife Lauren. The non-profit aims to close the gap between children-in-need and capable care providers through raising awareness, maximizing resources, and mobilizing communities.
“Good Friday Nashville is one of the most rewarding things I have ever been a part of. When this event began five years ago, I had a dream it might become an annual thing… a tradition for family and friends to come together, to celebrate, to remember,” shared Chris. “As we got closer to that first Good Friday, I felt a need to make this night more than just a concert. My wife, Lauren, and I had felt a calling to shed light on the foster care and adoption crisis in our nation. It was through that and our first Good Friday that our non-profit, For Others, came to be. And so, each year, Good Friday Nashville helps children find forever homes across our state. So, when you join us for this powerful night of worship, know that you are a part of making a difference in so many lives.”