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VIP Q&A: $75.00

Here’s your chance to get to know Steven Curtis Chapman! VIP Q&A ticket includes the best seats in the house and a pre-event Q&A with Steven. VIP doors open at 5:00PM. VIP Q&A begins at 5:15PM. Concert begins at 7:00PM.

Early Entry: $34.95

Want the best seats in the house? This ticket’s for you! Get in 15 minutes before general doors – Early Entry doors open at 5:45PM.

General Admission: $24.95

Doors open at 6PM.

Additional Details

PRE-SALE begins Wednesday, 11/11 at 10AM. Check back here Wednesday morning for the password!

IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION
While we understand that there is a wide range of beliefs related to COVID-19 safety procedures, we appreciate you following these guidelines that will allow us to gather for this event:– Temperature checks will be required for entry.
– Face coverings are required for the entire duration of the event.
– Please maintain the recommended 6-foot physical distance whenever possible.
– Refrain from hugging, handshakes, or other physical contact.
– Food and drink will not be permitted inside.
– Anyone exhibiting any health-related symptoms should stay home.By purchasing a ticket, you are agreeing to follow the COVID-19 safety guidelines detailed above. By voluntarily entering and being present at the 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 COVID-19.
All ages must have their own ticket. All purchases are non-refundable.

Tour Info

The backing soundtrack to Steven Curtis Chapman’s childhood was bluegrass music. Some of his earliest memories are of watching and hearing live bluegrass music with his dad on guitar and a couple of his dad’s best friends on the dobro and banjo. (Dobro player Jack Curtis Martin is Chapman’s namesake). When he was still a toddler, Chapman’s dad opened a music store in his hometown of Paducah, Kentucky. Following in his dad’s footsteps, Chapman developed a love for music and playing the guitar. “I learned to play all the instruments hanging on the wall in my dad’s shop just well enough to sell one,” Chapman recalls. For example, “I’d play a little bit of “Cripple Creek” and “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” on the banjo to show people what that banjo sounded like. Then I’d quickly hang it back on the wall since those were the only two songs I knew on a banjo!” Those early days surrounded by music were enough to not only pique the interest of a little boy, but to develop a celebrated career that’s impacted people around the world for more than thirty years. Deeper Roots: Where the Bluegrass Grows, the newest project from Steven Curtis Chapman, harkens back to those younger days of hearing his dad play bluegrass and folk music as well as playing bluegrass tunes for music store customers. It’s a well-crafted collection of songs highlighting Chapman’s lifelong love for bluegrass and includes songs like “Great Is Thy Faithfulness,” “How Great Thou Art,” ”Victory In Jesus,” and fan favorites “Cinderella” and “Dive (featuring Ricky Skaggs)” which has transformed into a frenetic, joy-filled bluegrass breakdown. Another stand-out track is “’Til the Blue (featuring Gary LeVox),” a signature Chapman soul-filled tearjerker. Woven throughout the project is the faith-filled message fans have come to expect from Chapman, a lifetime love for Jesus standing front and center. Deeper Roots is also packed with guest appearances from family members and fellow musicians who hold a special place for Chapman including Ricky Skaggs, Gary LeVox (Rascal Flatts), Herb Chapman Sr., Herb Chapman Jr., Caleb Chapman and Jillian Edwards Chapman.

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