Grammy nominated Newsboys and Premier Productions recently announced the all new “Big Church Night Out Tour” which includes 50 shows nationwide. Each evening will consist of a time of worship, ministry and unity.
Sidewalk Prophets, 7eventh Time Down, Derek Minor, Blanca, Adam Agee from Audio Adrenaline, illusionist Brock Gill, worship leader Jamison Strain, and Jeremy Willet will additionally be joining the tour.
“When families, friends, and neighbors take time out of their busy lives to come together and join as one in worship, that is the church,” says Newsboys Michael Tait. “That is the makings of one BIG night, and we could not be more thrilled to be a part of it.”
The tour is sponsored by Pandora and CCM Magazine. It will offer an opportunity for rejuvenation from the chaos and business of daily living. In anticipation of the event, Big Church Night Out will be taking over Pandora’s Christian Contemporary station from July 5th-13 offering a pre-sale to listeners, and in depth interviews from Newsboys Michael Tait.
Big Church Night Out will begin in Montgomery, Alabama and end in Charlotte, North Carolina.
“The concept behind this tour has been in the works for over three years,” expresses Roy Morgan, owner of Premier Productions Inc. “Timing is everything, and the launch of Big Church Night Out this fall will create a new touring brand in the marketplace for many years to come. Plus, it will be the first time that Pandora has provided its digital assets to support a Christian tour, along with the marketing efforts of our strategic radio partners and local churches.”
*All dates subject to change. More dates to be added.
9/21 Montgomery, AL 9/22 Chattanooga, TN 9/23 Raleigh, NC 9/24 Florence, SC 9/28 Topeka, KS 9/29 Tulsa, OK 9/30 Beaumont, TX 10/1 Hidalgo, TX 10/5 Colorado Springs, CO 10/6 Amarillo, TX 10/7 Wichita Falls, TX 10/8 Austin, TX 10/13 Kalamazoo, MI 10/14 Bloomington, IN 10/15 Champaign, IL 10/19 Corinth, MS 10/20 Atlanta, GA 10/21 Pikeville, KY 10/22 Highland Heights, KY 10/26 Monroe, LA 10/27 New Orleans, LA 10/28 Tallahassee, FL 10/29 Estero, FL 11/9 Augusta, ME 11/10 Danbury, CT 11/11 Amherst, MA 11/12 Erie, PA 11/16 Cleveland, OH 11/17 Toledo, OH 11/18 Rochester, NY 11/19 Utica, NY 11/30 Shreveport, LA 12/1 Springfield, MO 12/2 Cape Girardeau, MO 12/3 North Little Rock, AR 12/7 Owensboro, KY 12/8 Rockford, IL 12/10 Moline, IL 12/14 Johnstown, PA 12/15 Bethlehem, PA 12/16 Baltimore, MD 12/17 Charlotte, NC