GRAMMY award winner Chris Tomlin joined Governor Bill Haslam, First Lady Crissy Haslam and Kristin Allender, Executive Director of Tennessee Kids Belong (TKB), today to talk about Tomlin’s 2nd annual ‘Good Friday Nashville’ concert.
GRAMMY® winner Chris Tomlin’s first annual Good Friday Nashville event made history this past weekend with nearly 15,000 in attendance making it the largest ticketed Christian concert in Bridgestone Arena history. Held Friday, April 14, joining Tomlin were Big Daddy Weave, Zach Williams, best-selling author Max Lucado and surprise special guests Hillary Scott from Lady Antebellum singing her No. 1 hit “Thy Will,” as well as Matt Maher and Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam. Good Friday Nashville is set to return with Bridgestone already on hold for the next seven years.
GRAMMY® winner Chris Tomlin recently announced Good Friday Nashville, to be held at Bridgestone Arena Friday, April 14, which will unite families and churches all across Tennessee as Tomlin, Big Daddy Weave, Zach Williams and more lead in a time of worship while best-selling author Max Lucado shares a special message. This event is produced by Awakening Events, presented by K-LOVE, Air1, WAY-FM and The Fish.