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Doors - 02:00
Show - 03:00

MercyMe at Gracefest

with Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Austin French, Ryan Ellis

Palmdale Amphitheater
2723 Rancho Vista Boulevard Palmdale, CA

Tickets

Ticket Prices (Additional taxes & fees may apply):

Platinum: $165

Includes photos with GraceFest 2019 artists, Exclusive premium entrance, premium badge at check-in table, access to Premium reserved seating area, entry into the Premium Lounge with complimentary food and drinks, exclusive GraceFest merchandise, $10 GraceFest merchandise voucher, and Preferred Seating to GraceFest Worship night.

PREMIUM RESERVED SEATING AREA DOES NOT INCLUDE A CHAIR, SO PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN BLANKET, LAWN CHAIR, AND BEACH UMBRELLA FOR SHADE. BEACH TENTS AND EZ UPS ARE PROHIBITED! AGES 5 & UNDER MAY ACCOMPANY A PARENT, BUT ALL ATTENDEES AGE 6+ WILL NEED A PLATINUM TICKET TO PARTICIPATE.

Gold: $100

Includes Exclusive premium entrance, premium badge at check-in table, access to Premium reserved seating area, entry into the Premium Lounge with complimentary food and drinks, exclusive GraceFest merchandise, $10 GraceFest merchandise voucher, and Preferred Seating to GraceFest Worship night.

PREMIUM RESERVED SEATING AREA DOES NOT INCLUDE A CHAIR, SO PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN BLANKET, LAWN CHAIR, AND BEACH UMBRELLA FOR SHADE. BEACH TENTS AND EZ UPS ARE PROHIBITED! AGES 5 & UNDER MAY ACCOMPANY A PARENT, BUT ALL ATTENDEES AGE 6+ WILL NEED A PLATINUM TICKET TO PARTICIPATE.

General Admission: $35

Child/ Youth General Admission: $15

General Admission discounted price available for Ages 6-17 (available while supplies last).


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When MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard talks about the band’s latest album, Welcome to the New, it’s with the passion of an artist rejuvenated and reborn. He’s proud of the lively, spirited rock vibe that drives many of the 10 tracks. He’s still basking in the glow of the recording sessions, where he and his bandmates left their comfort zone and stretched the boundaries of the MercyMe sound.

But when he talks about the overarching theme of Welcome To The New (Fair Trade) Millard gets especially fervent. And here’s why: “New” is the fruit of his real-life embrace of grace. It all adds up to a musical, lyrical and spiritual turning point—that most rare of trifectas for a beloved veteran act that’s been at it since 1994, and has four gold albums and a platinum disc to its credit.

Simply put: If Millard asked big questions on 2012’s The Hurt & The Healer, then Welcome To The New steps out boldly with a bigger answer that he didn’t find so much as it found him.