This show has been rescheduled to August 13th, 2021 at 7:30pm
Tickets purchased for the original date will be honored for the new date and time.
With more than 11 million albums sold to date—including one RIAA Double Platinum Album,
five Platinum and seven Gold records, two Platinum and four Gold DVDs, one RIAA Platinum
certified single and six RIAA Gold certified singles—Casting Crowns remains Billboard’s topselling
act in Christian music since 2007. The award-winning group—consisting of Mark Hall
(lead singer/songwriter), Melodee DeVevo (violin, cello, vocals), Brian Scoggin (drums), Megan
Garrett (piano, keyboards, vocals), Juan DeVevo (guitar, vocals), Chris Huffman (bass guitar,
vocals) and Josh Mix (lead guitar, vocals)—got its start as a youth group worship band originally
based in Florida. Today, each of the seven members remain active in student ministry at their
respective churches in Nashville and Atlanta. Lead singer/songwriter, Mark Hall, is serving in his
25th year in youth ministry as student pastor at Eagle’s Landing First Baptist Church in Atlanta.
Building on a strong foundation forged by their self-titled major label debut in 2003 that went
Double Platinum, Casting Crowns has earned some of the industry’s most prestigious accolades,
including seven GRAMMY nominations, winning a GRAMMY for the band’s 2005 effort,
Lifesong. In addition, over the past decade, Casting Crowns has garnered 18 GMA Dove
Awards, four American Music Awards and two Billboard Music Awards, among others. The band
was named Artist of the Year exclusively by fans at the 2014 K-LOVE Fan Awards.
Their chart-topping songs—including “Who Am I,” “Voice of Truth,” “Praise You In This Storm,”
“Until The Whole World Hears,” “Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me),” “Just Be Held” and “Oh
My Soul” have earned them thirteen No. 1 hits at radio and six RIAA Gold certified digital singles.
Furthermore, the band has been featured by a variety of high-profile media outlets such as
Billboard, Associated Press, Reuters, Rolling Stone, Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Charisma,
HomeLife and CCM Magazine, among others. In 2008, the band performed on TNT’s annual
“Christmas In Washington” concert special alongside Kristin Chenoweth, Julianne Hough, Darius
Rucker and Straight No Chaser. In addition, Casting Crowns has appeared on “Good Morning
America,” NBC’s “Today,” CNN, MSNBC, “Fox News,” “Fox & Friends,” “Huckabee” and
more. They also had their debut performance at Carnegie Hall in January 2015.
Always looking for opportunities to use their platform for greater good, over the course of their
career, Casting Crowns has seen more than 112,000 children sponsored through their advocacy
efforts at concerts. Moreover, the band was a part of a team of first-responders who
helped distribute supplies to survivors following the earthquake in Haiti in 2010.
Their tours have taken them all over the world, helping to spread the Gospel message globally.
The band was the only U.S. musical act hand-picked to perform at a nationally-televised arts
festival in North Korea in 2007 and was invited back again in 2009. Meanwhile, in the States,
the band continues to sell-out arenas across the country. In fact, “The Altar and the Door Tour”
set attendance records in the U.S. with 450,000 tickets sold in 83 markets and was ranked as
the top-grossing Christian tour of the 2007/2008 season according to Pollstar.
Playing to 140 cities, Casting Crowns just wrapped up The Very Next Thing Tour, which was the
most well attended and highest grossing tour of their career.
For more information, visit www.CastingCrowns.com.