Christian worship singer Chris Tomlin announces return to Abbotsford

Show to take place on Sunday, May 22 at Abbotsford Centre

Christian workshop singer Chris Tomlin returns to Abbotsford in May.

Grammy Award-winning Christian worship singer Chris Tomlin returns to Abbotsford Centre on Sunday, May 22.

Tickets go on sale starting Friday, Jan. 8.

The last time that Tomlin appeared in Abbotsford – in March of this year – the show was sold out more than two months in advance.

The night of worship will feature Tomlin’s signature tunes, as well as new songs such as Good Good Father.

Tomlin has to his credit nine albums, 12 number one radio singles, a Grammy Award and eight nominations, three Billboard Music Awards, 21 Dove Awards, a platinum album and four gold albums.

He has sold more than 5.3 million albums and over eight million digital tracks.

Tomlin’s album Burning Lights debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in January 2013, making history as only the fourth Christian album to do so.

In the midst of his success and continuing his role as worship leader at Passion City Church in Atlanta, Georgia, Tomlin continues touring and leading at Passion Conference gatherings worldwide.

The Abbotsford concert begins at 6 p.m. Tickets will be available online at ticketmaster.ca, at the venue box office, or by calling 1-855-985-5000.

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