As a result of the continuing changes to limit group gatherings across the U.S. as issued by the CDC and the White House taskforce amid the COVID-19 virus, the decision has been made to postpone Chris Tomlin’s fourth annual ‘Good Friday Nashville’ originally scheduled on Friday, April 10 at Bridgestone Arena.
“We are so disappointed to be unable to hold this year's Good Friday concert on April 10th,” said Chris. “Middle Tennessee, you are not forgotten. I am praying for good health and safety for our families, friends, and neighbors. At this time, we have made the decision to postpone ‘Good Friday Nashville’ until April 15, 2022.”
Please retain your current tickets as they WILL be honored at next year’s event. If you cannot attend the rescheduled date you may obtain a full refund by contacting Ticketmaster directly. Please refer to your original receipt for contact info or instructions on how to obtain your refund.
Chris’ has committed to host the yearly ‘Good Friday Nashville’ concert indefinitely, currently holding Bridgestone Arena through 2024. All three concerts hosted so far (2017-2019), and all future shows, will give back to the community.
Source: Bridgestone Arena.
Wheelchairs are available upon request at the AT&T Fan Information Center. A valid government-issued photo ID is required as collateral for borrowing a wheelchair.
Animals are not permitted in the Arena. Exceptions include service animals to aid guests with disabilities.
Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted Listening Devices are available upon request from the AT&T Fan Information Center located near Section 103. A Photo ID is required as collateral for using the assisted listening device. The ID will be exchanged back for the device when returned.
Sign Interpreters are available upon request. Interpreters must be requested in advance, two (2) weeks prior to the event. To request a sign interpreter, please call (615) 770-2000.