Saturday - April 25 - 3:00 PM - Minute Maid Park
Faith and Family Night, presented by Chick-fil-A Houston, returns to Minute Maid Park on Saturday, April 25th featuring Contemporary Christian group Vertical Worship. (They do the song "Yes, I Will" that we sing in church!) Join us for an inspiring postgame concert following the game against the Oakland Athletics. Your game ticket is also your ticket to the postgame concert and seating for the show is general admission (meaning that after the game, you can move down closer to the stage for the concert). The concert stage will be located on the third base side.
This will be a fantastic time of fellowship and fun, perfect for inviting friends and family who may not know Jesus. We have access to a block of tickets, so we can all sit together! The tickets are $17 each, and the promoter assures us that they will be go extremely quickly, so don't delay!
Our initial ticket block is sold out! We were able to get a few more in the same area, but not at the same price. These tickets are $24, and they will not last! The last day to purchase tickets is March 8th at noon, unless we sell out before then.
Click below to get your tickets today! Email Mindy Robertson with any questions.
ABOUT VERTICAL WORSHIP
Based in Chicago, Vertical Worship is a collective of worship leaders & songwriters from multiple campuses across Harvest Bible Chapel. Vertical Worship's current single, "Yes I Will" garnered them much success in 2019, with the song coming in at the top 4 on national AC Christian radio and over 28 Million streams on Spotify. "Yes I Will" is the 2nd most played song on Air1 Worship (Radio) and is being actively sung in many churches across the country, according to Planning Center. Vertical Worship's music is accessible to both worship leaders and worship music enthusiasts. The band has 8 songs in the top 100 CCLI including "Open Up The Heavens," "Spirit Of The Living God" and more. Vertical had close to 50 Million streams at Spotify & over 26 Million streams at Apple Music in 2019, and was a featured artist on the Outcry Tour 2018. Vertical Worship believes that worshiping Jesus Christ is best done not when we just sing about Him or what He has done or what He will do in the future -- the highest and best worship is modeled by what the angels do: singing to God about God.