Presented by Compassion International and New Sound Concerts, the Only Jesus Tour will support Casting Crowns’ brand new studio album, Only Jesus. Featuring special guests 2019 GRAMMY-nominated artist Zach Williams and Austin French.
Doors 6:00 PM
Show Time 7:00 PM
‘START RIGHT HERE’ FRONT ROW EXPERIENCE - $189
One (1) premium reserved front row ticket on the floor + **VIP experience below
‘IN THE HANDS OF THE POTTER’ PRE-SHOW EXPERIENCE - $159
One (1) premium reserved ticket in the first (10) rows + **VIP experience below
‘THE BRIDGE’ PREMIUM EXPERIENCE - $119
One (1) premium reserved ticket + **VIP experience below
**ALL PACKAGES IN BANGOR INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:
Invitation to the pre-show Casting Crowns jam session featuring:
2-song private performances by Casting Crowns
Inspiring conversation and Q&A with the band
One (1) exclusive Casting Crowns VIP merchandise gift
One (1) tour poster, signed by Casting Crowns
One (1) $10 merchandise gift card
One (1) commemorative VIP laminate and lanyard
VIP Priority check-in and dedicated venue entrance
Group photo will include all VIP members; individual photos not permitted
ABOUT CASTING CROWNS
With more than 11 million records sold, Casting Crowns has held the position of Billboard’s top-selling act in Christian music since 2007. The band continues to impact audiences with their powerful live shows, having performed for nearly seven million fans and has crossed over a milestone of more than 100,000 child sponsorships generated through Casting Crowns’ concerts. For more information on the Only Jesus Tour, visit castingcrowns.com.
ABOUT ZACH WILLIAMS
Zach Williams wears many hats from husband and father to church staff and worship leader.
Most recently he can add recording artist to the list. Zach is no novice to the music industry. He had spent a majority of his life traveling with various bands.. It was while on the road that the Lord grabbed a hold of him and he decided to leave the rock star life behind.
ABOUT AUSTIN FRENCH
Rising contemporary Christian music artist Austin French has lived a lot of life in his 24 years. Originally from small-town Georgia, he’s spent time in Los Angeles, competing on reality singing competitions like ABC’s “Rising Star” and NBC’s “The Voice.” He’s been a worship leader at a church where 80 percent of the members were recovering addicts. And he and his wife went from having no kids to having two—one biological, one adopted—within months of each other. Now, to add to the list, he is about to release his first full-length studio album.