Tickets

Ticket Prices (Additional taxes & fees may apply; ticket prices subject to change)

Early Entry Pit: $81.00

Standing room only. First entry into the building for the best available spot. Early Entry doors open at 5:30
PM. Event begins at 7:00PM.

GA Pit: $65.50

Standing room only. Doors open at 5:45PM, event begins at 7:00PM.

GA Lawn: $35.50

Standing room only. Doors open at 5:45PM, event begins at 7:00PM.

Reserved: $45.50 – $81.00

Doors open at 5:45PM, event begins at 7PM.

Additional Details

SCHEDULE (subject to change):
5:30 PM – Early Entry Pit doors open
5:45 PM – GA Pit and Reserved doors open
7:00 PM – Show Begins


IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Attendees over the age of 2 will be required to have their own ticket. If attendee arrives after specified ticket type door time, participation in ticket type benefits can not be guaranteed. In addition, It is not guaranteed that attendee’s entire party will be seated together. Ticket prices are subject to change based on demand and/or when purchased at the door. All purchases are non-refundable.

By purchasing a ticket and voluntarily entering and being present at this event, you (and each person in your party) acknowledge and agree to accept complete and sole responsibility for the inherent risk of possible exposure to communicable diseases such as COVID-19. Please consider that there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 or other infectious diseases in any place where people are present. We cannot ensure or be held liable that the premises are free from contagions.


IMPORTANT TICKET INFO: For the protection of our ticket buyers and event participants, third party selling of tickets will not be permitted for any Transparent Productions event pages. There has been an increase in fraudulent and unlawful scams around concert ticket sales online. To ensure everyone has an official ticket to the event through proper channels, we recommend you purchase your tickets through the official ticketing outlet for your event. Any purchases through 3rd parties or 3rd party ticketing sites are not guaranteed by Transparent Productions and limits your ability to receive up to date information for the event and any necessary assistance.

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Tour Info

LET’S RUN IT BACK! After an explosive Spring tour, join Brandon Lake this Fall as he extends the Tear Off The Roof Tour with 12 additional dates in all new cities. Featuring many of your favorite songs (Praise You Anywhere, Gratitude, Graves Into Gardens), unique collaborations, and brand new songs from the record-breaking album, Coat of Many Colors, these nights are built to inspire faith and bring hope to all communities. Join Brandon in Tearing Off The Roof! Get your tickets today… we can’t wait to see you this Fall!

Brandon Lake is a GRAMMY® and GMA Dove Award-winning artist and songwriter. He lives with his wife, Brittany, and their three sons in Charleston, South Carolina. As a worship leader for gatherings around the nation, he has found his purpose in calling followers of Jesus into a posture of freedom and confidence—creating space to boldly declare truth and expect the miraculous. Through releasing his solo albums and collaborating with artists across the country he has taken home five GRAMMY® Awards and been nominated for a total of ten over the course of his professional music career. Believing that God has a unique and powerful purpose for each and every one of us, Lake longs to see individuals and families “live free and be everything that God has called them to be.”His Little Lion Lungs book is one of many projects and resources to serve the home in discovering the powerful weapon of worship. To learn more, visit brandonlake.co.

Self-titled album out Nov. 4, 2022 (Capitol CMG) Benjamin William Hastings, a Northern Irish songwriter, singer, and worship leader, was raised in Belfast but spent the better part of his twenties in Sydney, Australia. There he fell in love with Jessa, a beautiful girl who also shared a love for words, and a year later they decided to share a name. In their early years they tried to write together but as it turns out, that was not very good for their marriage and so they focused their attention on starting a family which resulted in two very perfect children. While living in Sydney, Benjamin fell in with a church crowd who just so happened to be some of Jessa’s childhood friends – that motley crew was Hillsong UNITED. Thanks to their friendship and through numerous collaborations, recordings, and tours, Benjamin has been part of many of their biggest songs, such as writing and leading vocals on UNITED’s “So Will I (100 Billion X).” He also penned Cory Asbury’s No. 1 song “The Father’s House,” Brandon Lake’s “Gratitude,” and Hillsong Worship’s “O Praise The Name (Anástasis).” Yes, he’s written a whole lot of songs which, if you add them all together, have been streamed over 500 million times (not quite a 100 billion, but it’s on the way!). Recently, Benjamin and his family of five (including their dog) moved to Los Angeles, CA where he and Jessa still don’t write together but are hard at work on their respective crafts. She is a renowned author and he is an award-winning songwriter, a member of UNITED, and now a solo artist. His new self-titled offering is 25 songs that explore, as he shares, “all the sides of me” – family, love, the ongoing wrestle of exercising faith, the struggles with fear and doubt, war, finding God, fighting God, and fighting for God in the midst of everything. To be honest, it may be a little more honest than what any of us are used to hearing but as Benjamin puts it ‘what better way to outwork an existential crisis than through a diary of song?’ He continues, “I’ve been really quite fortunate that in the various things I’m connected to that I’ve always had the ability to write freely and be myself, say the things I’ve needed to say and say it in a way that sounded like me. And occasionally writing songs for friends, I have felt really quite content with my life and contribution to the world. However, a number of years ago now, songs started coming out of me that didn’t feel like they belonged anywhere but they didn’t feel like they should die either. I felt like there were things that needed to be said and I felt like I needed to be the one to say them. They were too personal to me to just put through any other voice and I’m so, so grateful for everyone who embarked on this very long journey with me and I’m so proud of where it landed. If I could summarize what you should expect from this album in a sentence or two, it would be precisely this lyric from the first track, ‘Hold onto your hats, hold onto your hearts. We’re gonna lie in the dirt but we’ll stare at the stars.’”

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