Big Church Night Out
Thursday, November 08, 2018 7:00 PM
$25.00 - $100.00
Nov 8, 2018 7:00 PM
Ever wanted to go to church with your favorite Christian artists? The Big Church Night Out Tour is not your typical tour! It’s going to be a time of meaningful worship that also will include fun for the whole family and church groups, entertainment, great music and more! Big Church Night Out is coming to the Old National Events Plaza’s Aiken Theatre on Thursday, November 8 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $25 for General Admission Seating, $45 Premium Reserved and $100 Ultimate VIP Experience. The Premium includes early entry, best seats (behind Ultimate) and a pre-show Q&A with BCNO artists. The Ultimate VIP includes early entry, premium seating, souvenir laminate, pre-show Q&A with BCNO artists and a pre-show pizza party which includes 2 slices of pizza, 1 drink and a Photo Op with BCNO artists. Buy multiple tickets and save! Purchase a 4-Pack GA for $20 a ticket or Groups of 10 or more can call the Group Hotline at 855-484-1991. Tickets go on sale Monday, June 23 at 10:00am.
The 2nd Annual Big Church Night Out will feature Crowder, Jordan Feliz, Sarah Reeves & more! Plus there’s Illusionist Brock Gill and Worship Leader Jamison Strain to round out the evening. Whether it’s the church around the corner or a church on the other side of the globe, we all connect to God in different ways. Big Church Night Out is a celebration of the beauty and diversity of the many different ways we worship while uniting behind the one thing that unites us all. It’s a night of worship, entertainment, music, prayer, laughter, art, reflection, and so much more. Whether coming alone, loading up the entire family or a bringing a church group, this night is designed for EVERYONE. This second annual tour takes church on the road with a variety of great names in Christian music. The 2018 lineup includes Crowder, Jordan Feliz and Sarah Reeves, illusionist Brock Gill and worship leader Jamison Strain. “I’m so excited to be on the Big Church Night Out Tour this fall celebrating the diversity of the Church with some of my good friends,” said Crowder. “It’s going to be a hoot.”