Australian duo For King and Country bring their Christian pop sounds to Abbotsford on Nov. 2.

For King and Country coming to Abbotsford

Christian pop duo bringing special stage show to Abbotsford Centre

Two-time Grammy-award-winning duo For King and Country’s only Canadian stop on their North American tour will be in Abbotsford.

The Christian pop duo of Australian brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone are set to bring a brand new stage and lighting setup to the Abbotsford Centre on Nov. 2, as the pair play songs from their third studio album, Burn the Ships, as well as past hits.

“For the first time since we started the band, we’re going to be able to share the music and the heart behind it in the most inspirational and theatrical way we’ve been able to date,” the brothers stated in a press release. “We cannot wait to embark on this voyage with you.”

The latest album secured For King and Country’s fourth and fifth career No. 1 hits, and they have sold out 22 shows on their current world tour, including the Sydney Opera House in their home country. The duo are currently nominated for three 2019 Billboard Music Awards.

The pair previously won two Grammy awards in 2015, one for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album and one for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song. Their current single, “God Only Knows” has reached #1 on the Billboard Audience chart and has accumulated 40 million global on-demand streams.

They have garnered five No. 1 hits, nine top 10 hits, and had songs featured on the Emmys, Super Bowl, Sunday Night Football and other high-profile events, including performances on The Tonight Show, Today Show, and Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Tickets are still available for the show, including the opportunity for a VIP meet-and-greet experience.

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