Why See Bethel Music?
Praise & Worship Music With Heart
After a year of quiet reflection, Bethel Music is back and ready to shake the foundations and find new strength in their faith on The Victory Tour. Based in Redding, California, Bethel Music is an offshoot of the charismatic Bethel Church and fuses the inspiring ministry of Senior Pastor, author, Christian revivalist and peripatetic speaker Bill Johnson with a publishing house, label and musical collective of musicians and songwriters including Jeremy Riddle, William Matthew and Bethel Music co-founders Brian and Jenn Johnson.
The hotly anticipated Victory Tour welcomes special guests Tasha Cobbs-Leonard, the up and coming urban contemporary gospel vocalist, and Atlanta, Georgia-based Christian pop rock band Housefires on select dates. The tour's primary goal for the tour is to transform lives and make breakthroughs in family and health by channelling God's love through fresh new music. Released in early 2019, Bethel Music's latest album Victory takes inspiration from the story of the Old Testament king Jehoshaphat and his victory in battle by sending worshippers to the front lines.
Performance date: 7 October 2019
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