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Brandon Lake Announces Spring 2023 Miracle Nights Tour

By November 14, 2022News

GRAMMY® Award-winning artist and songwriter Brandon Lake announces the Spring 2023 leg of his ‘Miracle Nights Tour’ with tickets on sale today at 10 AM local time. This announcement follows the wildly successful fall tour, which featured 13 cities that sold out in advance and was Lake’s first-ever headlining tour. Click here to purchase tickets for the 12-city-tour.

“Brandon Lake cares deeply about people encountering Jesus and it’s been powerful to experience God moving in these nights,” shares Jared Gibo, President of Transparent Productions. “We’ve never seen an artist have this level of success on their first headline tour and it’s remarkable to see the fruit of his ministry.”

Joining the ‘Miracle Nights Spring Tour’ will be special guest Benjamin William Hastings, Captiol Christian Music Group singer/songwriter who is known for co-writing and the voice on Hillsong UNITED’s “So Will I (100 Billon X).” He just released his self-titled debut project and fans will be some of the first to experience his new music on tour. This tour will once again be presented by Transparent Productions, who bring first-class Christian concerts, tours, and festivals across the country.

Lake’s tour nights feature many of his popular songs, including “Graves Into Gardens,” “Too Good To Not Believe,” and “Gratitude,” which was co-written by Hastings, along with songs from his latest full-length album, HELP!. His newest album is a timely collection of songs depicting his heart cry in the battle against depression, anxiety, loneliness, and other mental health struggles.

Spring 2023 Tour dates:
3.17.23 | Las Vegas (Henderson), NV
3.18.23 | Phoenix, AZ
3.19.23 | Los Angeles (Inglewood), CO
3.24.23 | Denver (Highlands Ranch), CO
3.25.23 | Kansas City, MO
3.26.23 | St. Louis (Chesterfield), MO
*4.14.23 | Atlanta, GA
*4.15.23 | Charlotte, NC
4.16.23 | Nashville, TN
4.21.23 | Leesburg, VA
4.22.23 | Burlington, NJ
4.23.23 | Detroit (Plymouth), MI
(*Benjamin William Hastings not appearing)