Elevation Nights Tour Coming Fall 2022

Elevation Nights Tour Coming Fall 2022

Following two successful limited tours, Premier Productions and Elevation Church announce a continuation of the Elevation Nights Tour featuring Elevation Worship and Steven Furtick. Elevation Nights 2022 will continue to bring the powerful worship experience of Elevation Church into arenas across the West Coast this fall.
After crowds of ten thousand per night on the Spring 2022 Elevation Nights Tour, Elevation Worship and Steven Furtick are back to lift your spirits with a message of faith, hope and love.
“We are so pleased to finally be bringing Elevation Nights to the West Coast,” says Jonathan Roberts, VP Global Touring, Premier Productions. “Coming off of some incredible highlights earlier this year including sold out nights in Newark, Chicago, and 14,000 strong in Columbus, OH, we are ecstatic to see what these nights will bring to each city.”
Audiences can sign up for the exclusive pre-sale July 26 at elevationnights.com. Tickets go on sale to the public on Thursday, July 28 at 10:00 a.m. local time.
“We’ve been so excited to take Elevation Nights to the west coast for the very first time,” says Chris Brown of Elevation Worship. “These nights have become some of the most special times of ministry I’ve experienced. Gathering with thousands of others to have our faith inspired through worship, and hear a word from God through Pastor Steven makes these nights so much more than a concert. We can’t wait to see how God moves each night.”
The Elevation Nights tour is a full worship experience as Furtick preaches and Elevation Worship leads some of their hit songs including “Graves Into Gardens,” “RATTLE!,” “Do It Again,” “The Blessing” and others. The eight-city arena tour will kick-off on October 25 in Glendale, Ariz. with stops in Las Vegas, Nev., Sacramento, Calif., Eugene, Ore., Seattle, Wash., Oakland, Calif., and San Diego, Calif., before the final show on November 3 in Los Angeles, Calif.
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