We Are Messengers plans to bring the Power Tour across the nation this fall with We The Kingdom on every date, and special guest Joyce Im Bartholomew on three Florida dates. Alighting on churches and intimate venues coast to caost - from Oceanside, CA to Kill Devil Hills, NC - the tour is set to hit 18 cities in five weeks this fall.
Tickets go on pre-sale Monday, Aug. 12 at 10 am local times. On sale begins Tuesday, Aug. 13.
VIP tickets are $55, including early entry, access to best seats, a pre-show Q&A and exclusive Meet & Greet with the artists, along with a photo opportunity. Deluxe tickets are $35 and include early entry, access to best seats, and the pre-show Q&A. General admission tickets vary by date, and Friend & Family 4-Packs are available at a discounted rate. Prices increase on Day of Show. For all the dates, prices and details go to We Are Messengers or the Tour event page.
Originally from Ireland, We Are Messengers saw their career explode with the release of their self-titled debut album in 2016. The album earned them their first Dove Award nomination for New Artist of the Year and included the Top 5 hits "Everything Comes Alive," "Magnify" and "Point to You." They now return with new music featuring the #1 single "Maybe It's Ok," already a fan-favorite at We Are Messengers' legendary live shows. They are reaching massive audiences this year as they play international shows, summer festival dates and now the fall headlining tour. The band has also had musical cameos in films and television show, including major motion picture The Shack and MTV’s Coupled.
Joining them on the Power Tour are We The Kingdom, which features members of the Cash family and led by patriarch of the family Ed Cash, who is an accomplished producer (Bethel, Chris Tomlin, NeedtoBreathe, Crowder, Phil Wickham) and noted songwriter with credits including “How Great is our God”, “Red Letters, ”Jesus Messiah”, “Whom Shall I Fear,” “All My Hope” and many others. We The Kingdom’s sound is a unique blend of worship, pop, vulnerability and grit that points people to a transforming experience with Jesus. Their debut EP is due out this fall.
On three dates in Florida the tour will be graced by Joyce Im Bartholomew. She describes herself as a "Worshiper of Jesus. Mother and wife. Singer and song writer." She recently released “Songs From The Deep," while working as a movie executive producer at Blaze Productions, and volunteer spokesperson and opening act for Pre-Born! (PB) sponsorship concerts. The We Are Messengers Power Tour is sponsored by Pre-Born and Food for the Hungry.