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Chris Tomlin’s ‘Worship Tailgate’ tour is canceled

Contemporary Christian star Chris Tomlin, who helped found Atlanta’s Passion City Church, was supposed to play a drive-in concert at The Ranch in Georgia. CONTRIBUTED
Contemporary Christian star Chris Tomlin, who helped found Atlanta’s Passion City Church, was supposed to play a drive-in concert at The Ranch in Georgia. CONTRIBUTED

Singer was set to play a socially distanced show at The Rock Ranch in Georgia

Chris Tomlin’s “Worship Tailgate” tour has been canceled.

The Christian singer was scheduled to play a socially distanced, outdoor concert at The Rock Ranch in Upson County on July 26.

On Friday, the tour promoter announced that the current rise of COVID-19 cases caused the cancellation.

Refunds will be automatically processed; those with questions can email support@platformtickets.com.

In a recent interview to discuss the drive-in concert, Tomlin expressed his excitement about performing at what would have been his first weekend of live music since the pandemic began in March.

“What an opportunity to visit and do something that is as safe as you can ever get and worship God and have some music,” he said earlier this month.

Upon word of the cancellation, Tomlin said he’s “looking forward to a day when we can worship live and in person again…While we can’t worship together physically, we can continue to praise God together in our homes.”

The tour also had stops in Louisville, Kentucky, and Huntsville, Alabama.

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