Chris Tomlin Tour Makes History, Raises Over $700K For Cure International
More than 200,000 people attended GRAMMY®-winner Chris Tomlin’s“Love Ran Red Tour” this spring, making history as the biggest tour of his career to date.
Hitting 36 cities and selling out venues in Chicago, Seattle, Phoenix, Dallas and more, the tour saw an overwhelming response. But fans did more than just show up – they gave over $700K to CURE International, an organization with which Tomlin partnered for the “Love Ran Red Tour.” The donations will help fund 700 life-changing surgeries for children with disabilities.
Tomlin’s “Love Ran Red” Tour partnered with CURE International to benefit disabled children.
Last fall, Chris and his wife Lauren joined the Board of Directors for CURE International, the largest provider of reconstructive surgery to disabled children in the emerging world.
“They’re really changing kids’ lives,” said Tomlin of the organization. “I’ve found this is a place where I can trust where the money is going, and it’s really going to heal these kids.” To learn more about Tomlin’s involvement with CURE, visit cure.org/tomlin.
Tomlin recently announced Worship Night in America, which will bring people across the country together for a time of worship and prayer for the nation. Events will take place Aug. 8 in New York City’s Madison Square Garden, Aug. 13 in Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheater and Aug. 15 in Sacramento’s Sleep Train Arena.
Following Worship Night In America events, Tomlin will continue with a fall leg of the “Love Ran Red Tour” this October, with Rend Collective joining as the opening act. (See tour dates and locations below.)
“Love Ran Red Tour” – Fall Dates October 8 – West Riverfront Park Amphitheatre – Nashville, TN October 9 – ASU Convocation Center – Jonesboro, AR October 10 – iWireless Center – Moline, IL October 11 – Ralston Arena – Omaha (Ralston), NE October 13 – Aiken Theatre in The Centre – Evansville, IN October 15 – Koka Booth Amphitheatre at Regency Park – Raleigh (Cary), NC October 16 – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena – Jacksonville, FL00 October 17 – Gwinnett Center – Atlanta (Duluth), GA October 18 – University of Central Florida Arena – Orlando, FL October 20 – Baton Rouge River Center – Baton Rouge, LA October 22 – Reed Arena – College Station, TX October 23 – American Bank Center – Corpus Christi, TX October 25 – BOK Center – Tulsa, OK November 5 – Allen County War Memorial Coliseum – Fort Wayne, IN November 6 – Wolstein Center – Cleveland State University – Cleveland, OH November 7 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MI November 8 – Bank of Kentucky Center – Highland Heights, KY November 10 – Charleston Civic Center Coliseum – Charleston, WV November 11 – Altria Theater – Richmond, VA November 13 – Royal Farms Arena – Baltimore, MD November 14 – Consol Energy Center – Pittsburgh, PA