If you’ve ever watched Jonathan McReynolds, Anthony Brown and Travis Greene’s periscope videos, you’ve probably heard them mentioning millennial gospel artists like themselves were due for a tour.
“There’s this crazy misunderstanding of young people, that we don’t love Jesus like older Christians do or that we don’t go to church, consume godly things or care about Jesus music or gospel music. They really believe that about us,” McReynolds said in a Facebook Live video announcement yesterday (October 19). “Can we prove to them that we are here? That we go hard for Jesus?”
To many’s surprise, the trio said they were going on tour! But “not just any tour,” Brown said. “This is huge. This is lights. Cameras. Action,” McReynolds continued. “These are big arenas. We’re really doing this for real.”
In what they’ve deemed “The Worship Tour 2017,” McReynolds, Brown and Greene want to emphasize that the young believers are woke. Greene said Oakland, Boston, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Detroit, New York, Las Vegas, Atlanta are among many cities they’ll be touring and performing exclusive collaborations.
Tickets go on sale at livenation.com on October 22 on Anthony Brown’s birthday
JONATHAN MCREYNOLDS, TRAVIS GREENE AND ANTHONY BROWN ANNOUNCE ‘THE WORSHIP TOUR’ was originally published on praisecleveland.com