Grammy award winner Chris Tomlin wrapped his highly successful Chris Tomlin Christmas: Christmas Songs of Worship Tour on Friday night with a sold-out concert at the Beacon Theater in New York City. This show, one of many that sold-out during the run, was the third consecutive year Chris chose to end his tour in the Big Apple and his third consecutive time to sell out the historic venue.
The conclusion of the Chris Tomlin Christmas: Christmas Songs of Worship Tour brought to a close a banner year of touring for Chris that included a 30-city, six-week spring tour, a third consecutive sold out 'Good Friday Nashville' concert at Bridgestone Arena (where he smashed his own attendance record as the largest ticketed Christian concert in the history of the venue), a sold-out headline concert at the iconic Hollywood Bowl (which became the highest attended concert of his career), Chris' first-ever concerts in Israel and two sold-out concerts at Red Rocks this summer as well as a 20-city fall tour.
Before the tour Chris released Christmas Day: Christmas Songs of Worship EP, available HERE. This is Chris' first new Christmas music since 2015's highly regarded Adore and his gold-selling Glory In The Highest: Christmas Songs of Worship from 2009.
Chris will begin 2020 with a GRAMMY nomination for his Holy Roar album in the Best Contemporary Christian Music Album category.
[photos by Makayla Symmonds ]